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    New Pump in my shop

    Move to Woodland

    was driving down the road seen a old barn decided to Stop and ended up with this Killer Pump



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    wow Sid.. that one is OLD... never seen one like it, but I only have been 'pumping gas' since 1963-4 or so..
    Do you have a date on it?

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    Its a Wayne 866 Made from 1935-1947

    The Texaco Plates are dated 1942


    Thanks Sid

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    cool find. going to restore or leave it that way?
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    Dang, you scored again! Nice pump there.
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    Old gas pumps are cool, never seen one like that one.

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    I agree with Bama, I started pumping gas in the early 60's, and I don't remember one like that. That's cool just the way it is!

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    It's a Wayne 60 1935 - 1946 Today's value in that condition is $2200 - $2500.00 Or whatever someone is willing to pay if they just have to have it, pump values are on the decline somewhat now, much higher value five years or so ago, but nice pump good patina.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tightline5 View Post
    It's a Wayne 60 1935 - 1946 Today's value in that condition is $2200 - $2500.00 Or whatever someone is willing to pay if they just have to have it, pump values are on the decline somewhat now, much higher value five years or so ago, but nice pump good patina.
    hey Tightline5 its not Wayne 60 , Its a Wayne 866 which is a clock face

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