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#787153 Wed Feb 01 2023 12:23 PM
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I was trying to do some online research and came across this forum. I am trying to complete a restoration on a 63 Plymouth I own and am looking around my shop for possible assets. I have an old 36B pump. Can someone here offer advice on a value? It's not a real nice pump but I am going to upload some pictures of I can figure out that part. Thanks in advance for the shared knowledge.

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First off it's missing 2 important parts, the sight glass manifold and the ad glass top. To the right guy that had those parts then maybe around $2000 as it sits. If the buyer had to go out and buy those parts then less.

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i appreciate that. I will try to post a couple more pictures.

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