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Wayne pump value and number #696430
Tue Oct 10 2017 09:34 AM
Tue Oct 10 2017 09:34 AM
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I have a Wayne pump which may be a 851 series from the 1930's and wanted to confirm that's correct. I also wanted to see if I can get a value before I look to sell it. It is an older restoration and the internal pump and such are no longer inside. I have attached some pictures for viewing and any help on the questions would be greatly appreciated.

wayne1.JPGwayne3.JPGwayne4.JPGwayne6.JPG
Last edited by howietrout; Tue Oct 10 2017 09:37 AM.
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Re: Wayne pump value and number [Re: howietrout] #696436
Tue Oct 10 2017 10:34 AM
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Yes, its an 851 but I am a little confused by your last picture. It appears that the internal framework is not there? If so, there is nowhere to mount the original clock and the clock mechanism would have to be mocked up onto the face plates. The light manifold would also be non existent. Am I correct? The picture looks to be taken from the bottom.
How is the visiguage attached? Does the top just slip off and the sheet metal lift off?
Looks like you just have some 851 parts that are kind of laying on top of each other?

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Re: Wayne pump value and number [Re: howietrout] #696439
Tue Oct 10 2017 11:25 AM
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I got the same impression as Kevin? Chris

Re: Wayne pump value and number [Re: howietrout] #696442
Tue Oct 10 2017 11:59 AM
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What does the tag bottom right corner of back say. Might be a fantasy Pump. Odd spot for a Id tag?


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Re: Wayne pump value and number [Re: howietrout] #696463
Tue Oct 10 2017 05:52 PM
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Only has 1 face & bezel. I’m saying repo, fantasy piece. Chris

Re: Wayne pump value and number [Re: howietrout] #696465
Tue Oct 10 2017 06:33 PM
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Time sentry?


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Re: Wayne pump value and number [Re: howietrout] #696503
Wed Oct 11 2017 05:54 AM
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Severn, Maryland USA
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Pretty sure that this is a fantasy piece. I have seen a few pumps assembled from odd parts which fits this bill. Paul www.severngaspumps.com


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