for the longest time,i wasnt sure what this was on my wayne 70 when i got my wayne 100 i figured it out question is was this a decal or button?i've seen the reros but not one like this. just somethin i'd like to know.thanks mick
Looking for gas,oil related clocks,especially neon and spinners .clock repair available. Mick
I picked up a 70 the other day that had a dog decal on both the sides. What I want to know is ....did the dog have a proper name??? Any affiliation with Renny????? Would 1937 be about the correct time period????? Joe
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The first pump I ever restored was a Wayne 70, with painted faces..it had the dog decal on the faces, but the paint was so flaked off that it was difficult to make out. Does anyone reproduce that decal? I thought it was pretty cool...I called Wayne Dresser and they sent me a huge amount of literature about pumps, on the cover of one of the brochures was a great full color graphic of that watchdog..
When I found one of my Wayne 60s it had "Honest Measure" badges on each side that are held on with a bolt, and also had one ad glass with the dog and " The watch dog of your gasoline dollar" printed on it. I was told some came from the factory with a sunburst and some with the dog glasses, which were then replaced by the dealer with a brand name ad glass. Rod van Pelt