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Help Identifying a pump I bought so I can gt parts
#784489 Wed Nov 30 2022 09:23 AM
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I bought this pump at an auction. The face place has been brush painted over and there are no plates or anything that tell me what it is. I've looked inside and out and can't find anything to identify what brand or model or year this pump might be. I thought this forum would be the best place to start. It's missing parts that di need to start shopping for. I included the face plate. I have not been able to match it so far.

Thanks!

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Re: Help Identifying a pump I bought so I can gt parts
Steve Hemphill #784493 Wed Nov 30 2022 12:56 PM
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I can only conclude it is a "Stumper", because I could not find a picture of that style in the Gas Pump bible.


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Steve Hemphill #784494 Wed Nov 30 2022 01:53 PM
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Thanks for the response. Drawing on the expertise on this site I really Hope I can get some resolution so I can put together my Christmas shopping list HA HA HA. ! there were three of them at the auction, one was diesel but they were all the same style. I only got one. no markings anywhere. Next step is to try and clean off the paint from the face and see if I can get down to the original.

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Steve Hemphill #784495 Wed Nov 30 2022 02:09 PM
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From my digging around I "Think" it might be a Southwest Pump Company Model TA-2 – VGP3938

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Wow that looks like the right one! Now I need to hunt one down or find a parts supplier. Awesome! Thanks!

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Steve Hemphill #784506 Wed Nov 30 2022 05:10 PM
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Looks close to a G&B 104?

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Steve Hemphill #784520 Thu Dec 01 2022 09:43 AM
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yeah it's real close, the computer plate that displays the gallons and sale amount is different but the case looks the same. May be able to use that to track down some glass and light covers. thanks!

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Steve Hemphill #784521 Thu Dec 01 2022 10:21 AM
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I also found this one that states it's a Bennett 748. This one is exactly like mine right down to the way the plastic light covers in the top hang down.

https://mancave.artfactory.com/product/vintage-sinclair-gas-pump/


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