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#799442 Wed Jan 10 2024 07:20 PM
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Does anyone have an opinion of value on this rare pump? I was told it is a model C-110 from 1922. It is designed to operate on electric or manual. complete and original except for half of the lower skin. I have had it for over 15 years and havent seen another like it! thanks for your imput.

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I'm not a gas pump value expert, but here are my thoughts. The Bowser C-110 in Jack Sim's Illustrated Guide to Gas Pumps 2nd Ed. is shown in mechanical pump configuration and valued at $2800 if complete. While the missing half skin does count against the value, I believe your pump's configuration of both electric and mechanical make it very desirable to a serious gas pump collector. Remember that parts for a very uncommon pump will be very hard to find, possibly requiring them to be custom made.


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Pretty dang cool pump, as Jim stated above parts are hard to find. I’d value it at 3500 as is.


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