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Antique Gas

Pumps We Buy

Clock Face Pumps

The first style of antique gas pumps we buy are referred to as “clock face” pumps. These vintage gas pumps were made during the 1930’s and feature what looks like a clock dial on the front. A majority of these pumps had a round body with the advertising globe mounted on top.  Some clock face pumps were square or even made in an Art Deco style.
Regardless of the clock face pumps condition, we are interested in buying them. While freshly repainted and fully restored pumps are nice, we have clients that are also looking for farm fresh rusted pumps as well. Just give us a call or text us at 316-371-1828 or email us at signs@nationsattic.com .  Some clock face pumps also had a second dial which was a cash recorder or cash computer. These pumps would not only calculate how many gallons of gasoline were dispensed but also how much you owed - wow! There were even some pumps that were coin operated. Any of these pumps Nation’s Attic is a buyer for, so please call or text us at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 

Visible Gas Pumps

Somewhat commonly found antique gas pumps are called visible gas pumps. These were made in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The reason for their name is the presence of a large glass cylinder on the top of the pump. This cylinder would house the gas and show you typically from 1 to 10 gallons of how much you had pumped before it went into your car. This style of gas pump is usually quite tall and really heavy! Regardless of the condition, style or size, we are buyers of these visible pumps! Just give us a call or text at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 
Visible gas pumps usually had a sign on them and also had an advertising globe on top. While these globes are sometimes missing, the important factor for visible pumps is the presence of the glass cylinder. The value of the pump is very dependent on the condition of that cylinder or if it’s still intact. Some companies even put 2 cylinders on their pumps as shown below! No matter the brand of gas, style of the visible pump or condition, we are always interested in them. It is easy for us to tell immediately what pump you own.  Please text some photos to 316- 371-1828 or emailing them to signs@nationsattic.com 
Tokheim Clock Face Gas Pump Antique Clock Face Restored Gas Pump Gulf Square Antique Sharmeter Clock Face Gas Pump Clock Face Gas Pump Close-Up Dial Roman Column Visible Gas Pump Antique Visible Gas Pump Glass Gas Pump Cylinder Double Visible Gas Pump Antique

Computer Gas Pumps

Starting in the late 1930’s gas pumps started using a mechanical computer system, a Veeder-Root. These pumps had a face that would show you gallons pumped and the amount you had spent. Even today gas pump use this same style, but digital. Mechanical computer gas pumps dating to the 1930’s into the 1950’s are what we are interested in buying. Just give us a call at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 
Computer gas pumps from the 1930’s into the 1960’s usually had a sign on them and also had an advertising globe on top. These original advertising brand pieces are very nice to still have present with the pump, but not necessary. The most important factor is the pump is complete and not missing any major parts such as doors. No matter the brand of gas, style of the gas pump or condition, we are always interested.   It is easy for us to tell immediately what you have buy either texting photos to 316-371-1828 or emailing them to signs@nationsattic.com 
Mobilgas Vintage Gas Pump Antique Original Computer Gas Pump Wayne 60 Computer Antique Gas Pump Restored Antique Computer Gas Pump

Why Do We Want These Old Gas Pumps?

Over the years Nation’s Attic has developed a customer base of collectors that enjoy restoring, preserving and researching the history of these mechanical objects. Antique gas pumps may have simply been a utilitarian device originally but today to some people they represent the technology and industrial style of the pumps time period. Just like collecting fine watches or wine, to certain collectors including ourselves, we find something interesting in these vintage gas station pumps. That is why we travel the country buying these old gas pumps and paying hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars for them! If you have a old gas pump with a glass top, one with a dial on the front or a mechanical computer type, we probably would like to buy it. To find out how easy we are to work, how much we can pay just give us a call or text to 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 
Nation’sAttic
© Copyright Nation’s Attic 2017

Antique Gas

Pumps We Buy

Clock Face Pumps

The first style of antique gas pumps we buy are referred to as “clock face” pumps. These vintage gas pumps were made during the 1930’s and feature what looks like a clock dial on the front. A majority of these pumps had a round body with the advertising globe mounted on top.  Some clock face pumps were square or even made in an Art Deco style.
Regardless of the clock face pumps condition, we are interested in buying them. While freshly repainted and fully restored pumps are nice, we have clients that are also looking for farm fresh rusted pumps as well. Just give us a call or text us at 316-371-1828 or email us at signs@nationsattic.com .  Some clock face pumps also had a second dial which was a cash recorder or cash computer. These pumps would not only calculate how many gallons of gasoline were dispensed but also how much you owed - wow! There were even some pumps that were coin operated. Any of these pumps Nation’s Attic is a buyer for, so please call or text us at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 

Visible Gas Pumps

Somewhat commonly found antique gas pumps are called visible gas pumps. These were made in the 1920’s and 1930’s. The reason for their name is the presence of a large glass cylinder on the top of the pump. This cylinder would house the gas and show you typically from 1 to 10 gallons of how much you had pumped before it went into your car. This style of gas pump is usually quite tall and really heavy! Regardless of the condition, style or size, we are buyers of these visible pumps! Just give us a call or text at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 
Visible gas pumps usually had a sign on them and also had an advertising globe on top. While these globes are sometimes missing, the important factor for visible pumps is the presence of the glass cylinder. The value of the pump is very dependent on the condition of that cylinder or if it’s still intact. Some companies even put 2 cylinders on their pumps as shown below! No matter the brand of gas, style of the visible pump or condition, we are always interested in them. It is easy for us to tell immediately what pump you own.  Please text some photos to 316-371-1828 or emailing them to signs@nationsattic.com 

1930s & 1940’s Computer Gas

Pumps

Starting in the late 1930’s gas pumps started using a mechanical computer system, a Veeder- Root. These pumps had a face that would show you gallons pumped and the amount you had spent. Even today gas pump use this same style, but digital. Mechanical computer gas pumps dating to the 1930’s into the 1950’s are what we are interested in buying. Just give us a call at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com  Computer gas pumps from the 1930’s into the 1960’s usually had a sign on them and also had an advertising globe on top. These original advertising brand pieces are very nice to still have present with the pump, but not necessary. The most important factor is the pump is complete and not missing any major parts such as doors. No matter the brand of gas, style of the gas pump or condition, we are always interested.   It is easy for us to tell immediately what you have buy either texting photos to 316-371-1828 or emailing them to signs@nationsattic.com 

Why Do We Want These Old Gas Pumps?

Over the years Nation’s Attic has developed a customer base of collectors that enjoy restoring, preserving and researching the history of these mechanical objects. Antique gas pumps may have simply been a utilitarian device originally but today to some people they represent the technology and industrial style of the pumps time period. Just like collecting fine watches or wine, to certain collectors including ourselves, we find something interesting in these vintage gas station pumps. That is why we travel the country buying these old gas pumps and paying hundreds and sometimes thousands of dollars for them! If you have a old gas pump with a glass top, one with a dial on the front or a mechanical computer type, we probably would like to buy it. To find out how easy we are to work, how much we can pay just give us a call or text to 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 
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