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#788828 Fri Mar 10 2023 10:12 AM
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A new member in Sydney Australia has a Wayne 492-F "Roman" gas pump and he would like to know the current value. Pics attached. He says no damage other than a panel cut into the side.

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In the U.S. I would say $20.000.00 maybe more based on what I have been offered .

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Being the 5 gallon version in todays crazy market I’d say 25k plus…


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Tough to say with a foreign pump. Nearly all the Romans in Australia are 5 gallon and there seems to be quite a few. Not all parts are the same as the US version. Still plenty valuable though. I’d think 20k is about right.


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