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#696981 - Wed Oct 18 2017 05:42 PM Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620
Ackmo509 Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 18 2017
Loc: Walla Walla WA 99362
I inherited these vintage gas pumps when my dad passed away.I don't really know anything about them. Anybody got an estimate on what the might be worth?


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Description: Wyane 620

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Description: Wyane 100

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Description: Wyane 615



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#696994 - Wed Oct 18 2017 08:56 PM Re: Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620 [Re: Ackmo509]
cggas Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 02 2003
Loc: northern in.
Your signal pump is a tokheim, but you do hav the correct model number. Chris

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#697010 - Thu Oct 19 2017 09:24 AM Re: Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620 [Re: Ackmo509]
tbuckles Offline
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Registered: Wed Sep 10 2003
Loc: Carthage, IN USA
In my opinion there is no way to fairly assess the value of a pump from just pictures alone. Also since there seems to be restoration work done the true value can't be assessed without knowing the quality of work.

Therefore I think it would be only fair to assess the value as a pump found in original condition.

The Wayne and Tokheim visibles sell in the $1800 range unrestored with good cylinders.

The Wayne 100 electric pump sells unrestored for around $800. Yours has been modified with a showcase added which is not original.

This should give you a starting point.

Tom.
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#697012 - Thu Oct 19 2017 10:05 AM Re: Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620 [Re: Ackmo509]
Ackmo509 Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 18 2017
Loc: Walla Walla WA 99362
Thank you both for sharing your knowledge and you quick response. Just out of curiosity what do they go for when fully restored? On the 100 would the custom mod make it worth more or less?

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#697028 - Thu Oct 19 2017 02:40 PM Re: Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620 [Re: Ackmo509]
cggas Offline
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Registered: Thu Oct 02 2003
Loc: northern in.
The custom work on the Wayne 100 would de-value the pump...... not a lot, but to me it is worth less with a hole in the door. Is the other side also cut out? You are money ahead to sell pumps unrestored, or with what we call rustorations. The money you would put into a total restoration would leave u little profit margin & you have to hope that a buyer wants the pump in the brand that you restore it to. Chris

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#697041 - Thu Oct 19 2017 06:38 PM Re: Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620 [Re: cggas]
petropumps Online   content
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Registered: Sat Aug 07 2004
Loc: Oregon
Bottom pump is a 515...not 615

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#697218 - Sun Oct 22 2017 03:58 PM Re: Wyane 100 Wyane 615 Wyane 620 [Re: Ackmo509]
Ackmo509 Offline
Member

Registered: Wed Oct 18 2017
Loc: Walla Walla WA 99362
The Texaco Pump has been kept in the garage and to an untrained eye appears to be in really nice condition. Lets just say for the sake of argument its a quality resroration. Then how much is it worth?

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