I have 4 fairly rare clockface pumps that I really like. The first is a Tokheim 36B clockface with porcelain panels, first made in 1936. The Cities Service logo is actually formed right on the porcelain panel!
Second pump is an Erie 753, also made with porcelain panels and first made in 1931. Erie made a batch of these for different companies, and again the logo was made right into the porcelain panel!
Third pump is a rare crossover pump, made by Wayne pump company, around 1932, as they changed from the 861 clockface into the new Wayne 40 computer pumps! Its labeled as an 861/40!
Fourth pump is a Wayne 864, and was a result of the remaining demand for cheaper clockface pumps, in light of the increased prices for the newer computer type pumps. Its was just a Wayne 40A with the tried and true 861 clockface mechanism in it, and made about 1935!
Last edited by K W FRITH; Tue Dec 02 2014 08:37 PM.