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#690512 - Sat Jul 15 2017 11:57 PM Need help again to ID a pump, please.
Dions Garage Offline
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Registered: Wed Feb 03 2016
Loc: Grafton, Ontario, Canada
Just purchased this Bowser pump and as my luck would have it the id tag has been removed. I see in Jack`s book it looks very much like a model 595 as it has a hose retractor on the side, problem is the small stainless trim pieces beside the pricing window are higher (beside the ad glass portion)and there are 2 of them stacked together and the 595 shows only one. This is most likely a Canadian pump and I see from a previous post that Dave Gill posted with the correct double trim pieces and he identified it as a 585, but that pump did not have the retractor on it. So here I am , confused again. Appreciate any help I can get.


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#690515 - Sun Jul 16 2017 06:59 AM Re: Need help again to ID a pump, please. [Re: Dions Garage]
gasmansgp Offline
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Registered: Mon Feb 24 2003
Loc: Severn, Maryland USA
You are correct. Your pump is a 595 Canadian version with the double stainless trim on each side of the windows. I have had several in the past. They restore nicely. Paul www.severngaspumps.com

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#690573 - Sun Jul 16 2017 11:31 PM Re: Need help again to ID a pump, please. [Re: Dions Garage]
Dions Garage Offline
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Registered: Wed Feb 03 2016
Loc: Grafton, Ontario, Canada
Thanks very much Paul, appreciate the help.

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