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Re: Finally finished my Gilbarco- Sinclair pump [Re: Wallster] #583252
Sat Nov 29 2014 10:31 PM
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Thanks for the reply and I appreciate the info. I can only hope my pump turns out as nice.
Tom

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Re: Finally finished my Gilbarco- Sinclair pump [Re: full-o-gas] #583272
Sun Nov 30 2014 01:04 AM
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Pumps look great.


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Dave's Garage & Memorabilia, Inc.
Re: Finally finished my Gilbarco- Sinclair pump [Re: bsplichal95] #584556
Fri Dec 05 2014 05:46 PM
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Amazing job on the Sinclair pump! All your pumps look really great. Makes me want to get started on my '61 Wayne 420 pump. Is that blue and white Pure oil pump an A.O. Smith pump? Looks similar the Wayne 400 style pumps.
Paul


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Re: Finally finished my Gilbarco- Sinclair pump [Re: Murphy'sBA] #584585
Fri Dec 05 2014 07:14 PM
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Originally Posted By: Murphy'sBA
Amazing job on the Sinclair pump! All your pumps look really great. Makes me want to get started on my '61 Wayne 420 pump. Is that blue and white Pure oil pump an A.O. Smith pump? Looks similar the Wayne 400 style pumps.
Paul


Thanks! Yes, it's an AO Smith L-3. It's not a very desirable pump (technically neither is the Gilbarco) but I've owned three of the L-3's and they're nice pumps. They're fairly inexpensive and look great when they're done. Here's a better pic of it.
EDIT: I just realized that you were looking at the Purol pump I sold last year. That was a cool pump that I sold to a friend. Here's another pic of that one too.

Wally




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Re: Finally finished my Gilbarco- Sinclair pump [Re: Wallster] #584881
Sun Dec 07 2014 05:34 AM
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Wow! That Standard Oil pump looks amazing too! Love the globe on top, think it fits it well. My Wayne 420, which was originally a B/A pump did not have a globe but I will add one when I rebuild it. Being a child of the '60s I find myself attracted more to this style of pump from the late 50s-70s even if as you say they are not as desirable. Keeps the price down, works for me! Thanks for posting the Smith pump pics Wally,
Paul


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Re: Finally finished my Gilbarco- Sinclair pump [Re: Wallster] #717698
Sun Oct 07 2018 05:07 PM
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Would you be able to me what color yellow you used please? Anything to reference would be great, sir. Thank you for your time

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