Original Model 25 "ECO Automatic Tire Inflator” (wall type). Looks like it was installed inside, appears to be original paint, “AIR” lettering is still visible on the side. A few scuffs show bright red under 80 or 90 years of garage grime. Has a little water fading on the face and light surface rust on the inside top, think it was stored upside down in a leaky attic for a few years. Crank moves easily and the indicator rotates as it should overall very clean. Think it would be difficult to find another unrestored one like this. I’m told Jack Sims guide had a value of 3500 on this model in 2008. $4900- local pickup or I can bring it to Hershey on October. (I'll be there tues-fri) I can email more pics.
Offering a nice vintage 1935-38' Mohawk Wayne 40A gas pump for your Petrolaina collection and enjoyment. Panels looks un-restored non porcelain. Cast iron base. Lighted Reproduction globe/plastic ring dated 1984. Custom electric switch to spin 'Veeder Root'. Missing Visi-Guage. Comes as pictured with hose / nozzle.
*Also have 2 early Bowsers for sale Cut 241 ( SALE PENDING ) swing door with optional 5 gallon visible + globe and nice little Red Crown Cut 395 for sale.
$2,495 OBO - No Trades at this time - Many more pictures available. Message or call with questions or to discuss.
I just finished reading the book titled "OIL MAN",the story of Frank Phillips the founder of Phillips Petroleum Co.Frank got his start in Creston Iowa where he was a barber,he owned several shops before going to Oklahoma and eventually striking it rich.He was a salty but generous old cuss,wish he would have been around to hear the remark of our former President when he said "You didn't build that business".I suspect there would have been a rapid response after reading what this guy went through,and many others like him,including Bill Skelly, Marland etc.An excellent read.