Now that we know that the Wayne Gas cart tires are the same size 28 3/4" as the G&B and Tokhiem we are offering the two large tires for sale also. The price is $325.00 + shipping. These are solid one piece units that when warm just roll over the wheel and contract for tightness. They are as pictured in the Discussion photos we had in there. Have two Bowser sets left that include the two front tires also for $350.00 + shipping.
I am NOT receiving or soliciting offers from buyers!! This is the very first time I have posted on this forum! My husband was a collector and created a nice collection. I hate to dismantle it but it is now time and I need to become more educated about them before I can even begin to think about selling them. I know that he was an impatient buyer and paid way too much for some of his signs and that there are some inauthentic sign among them so I am trying to wade through them and make some sense of them. I appreciate very much all of the constructive input!!
This is truly personal preference. Out of your list I prefer the Bennett 646 body style and the Neptune 855 deco base, and ribbed sides. As far as parts are concerned the 855 nozzle cast bezel holder assembly is a tough part to locate and often found damaged.
Gas Pump Rob is like me, he does not want to let go of Bennett doors.
Please explain. I am having a hard time understanding this concept of just collecting parts. Doesn't seem to be any help to the hobby.
Ok explanation well deserved. My all time favorite pumps are Bennett pumps . My Hobby is collecting these and often I purchase them missing doors. Last year alone I bought two 646 pumps missing doors knowing that I had doors in my inventory ready to go. I buy Bennett doors whenever I can knowing that I will eventually need them. I would love to help Larry who seems like a nice guy, but as of now all my 646 doors are needed on my parts pumps. Larry try contacting Tom Buckles, Or Ryan Underthan (The Pump Dump) they are in the business of selling good used original pump parts unlike me. Thanks, Rob