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Re: looking for a value on aWayne 70
Craig Osbeck #776322 Sat Mar 26 2022 06:39 PM
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I find pumps in that shape are tougher to sell than originals. A nice patina Wayne 70 is worth in the $1500 range. I’d price the one pictured less than that, even though it’s obvious someone put some time and money in to it. JM2C.

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Re: looking for a value on aWayne 70
Craig Osbeck #776325 Sat Mar 26 2022 08:32 PM
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Thank you, sorry had to rant to just get an answer. I have not sold one in years and he wanted to know.


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Re: looking for a value on aWayne 70
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Originally Posted by petropumps
I find pumps in that shape are tougher to sell than originals. A nice patina Wayne 70 is worth in the $1500 range. I’d price the one pictured less than that, even though it’s obvious someone put some time and money in to it. JM2C.

I don't think originals had rust on them. I am struggling with your logic of more value for rust.


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Re: looking for a value on aWayne 70
Craig Osbeck #776365 Sun Mar 27 2022 07:16 PM
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$1200 imo

Re: looking for a value on aWayne 70
RandyM #776373 Mon Mar 28 2022 12:31 AM
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I’m guessing you don’t buy and sell many pumps then. The ones that bring the money are nice originals with good patina. Patina doesn’t necessarily mean “rust”. I stopped restoring pumps years ago because the hobby was shifting much more to original pumps (as was I). But to each their own.

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