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Took all winter to do it, but finally got the Wayne #275 done. It's one of the earliest with no clock face. Mostly all original except for hose and decals. Now, how do I move it?

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Nice job!
You could always start a new display area, right where its at!!


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Looks fantastic. Lots of young men and beer!

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Looks great! Paint looks great.


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1 young man & Beer or 2 old ladies w/ Wine or 3 Old Farts on Viagra!

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Beautiful job!!! That deep red looks fantastic with the brass!!!


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awesome job, ready for the museum... cool


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Top notch restoration for a difficult pump to restore.
Looks fantastic!


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Originally Posted By: junior25
Top notch restoration for a difficult pump to restore.
Looks fantastic!


Ditto!

Thanks for sharing.

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I saw this as it was in pieces and being painted and it had the "wow" factor before it was done. Seeing it here all complete is a "double wow"!! Great job Sam!


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Beautiful job !!!

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looks great just bought 2 of these-- any insider tips--to take off the sliding skirt
do you start tearing apart from the top first


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ROTFLMAO!
NO, Lay pump down & remove the Base, then the sheet metal.

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Always wanted to do one of those. Looks incredible


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I went the way of DB's input. Laid it down & started with the bottom base. BUT, be careful to take pics & the steps in your dis-assembly.These are a real pain when going back together. When the bottom parts are restored (big round tubes sticking up through center casting, & you're re-assembling, then the skirt goes on from the top down, followed by gear mechanism rack, top with pulley/chains, etc. Hope this helps.Fun when they're done!

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