The pump of the month for September is the Martin and Schwartz 80. This pump is one of the most common and collected pumps out there. These gas pumps came with options such as a short pump, tall pump with large base, script tops with plastic or milk glass letters showing the brand of fuel, ad-glass tops available in many brands, sight gauge moved to the top of the pump, or even a no sight gauge model. These pumps are commonly found in Standard Oil Company colors and paint schemes. They are commonly referred to as "cyclops" pumps due to the sight glass being on the top of the pump. There were three different Conoco script tops for these pumps. Conoco Ethyl, Conoco Demand, and Conoco N-Tane. Also there were Mobilgas, Mobilgas Special, and Sunoco Dynafuel script tops. Below is the information from the pump book:
-M&S 80: 1946. Computer pump with low profile top, no sight gauge.
-M&S 80: 1946. Computer pump with large base, sight glass above the doors.
-M&S 80: 1946. Computer pump with regular base, sight glass above the doors.
I hope everyone enjoys this months pump! Post what you have please! Thank you, Braden.