Vintage Butler Model 30: Unrestored Visible Gas Pump/Red Hat Signage – VGP3942
This In An Original Visible Gas Pump From The 1920’s That Includes Original 10 Gallon Blue Glass Tank
This Pump Is NOT An ArtFactory.com Museum Quality Restoration; but a great barn-find piece of Genuine America. The perfect opportunity pump for restorations project, or a designer piece showcasing true American history, sold in AS-IS condition.
Vintage Butler Model 30: Unrestored Visible Gas Pump/Red Hat Signage
This is an original 1920's vintage Butler Model 30 gas pump with Tri-State Red Hat signage This item is sold in AS-IS condition (as pictured), was purchased as part of a collection, and is NOT an ArtFactory.com museum quality restoration. It includes the original pump body, internal workings, and 10 gallon blue glass tank, showcasing "Made in America" Insignia on glass (in good original condition). This item is perfect for your man cave or game room, and is a great starter item if a fully restored original is outside of your budget.
However, if you are looking for a work of genuine fine art, we also offer fully working, museum quality restored vintage visible gas pumps that can be viewed by clicking this link. To inquire about purchasing this vintage Butler Model 30 gas pump gas pump call us at 1-800-292-0008, email us at email@example.com.
Vintage Butler Model 30 Visible Gas Pump Specifications
- Type: Visible Gas Pump
- Capacity: 10 Gallon (Original Blue Glass)
- Company: Red Hat Capco Globe And Reproduction Belly Plate Sign
- Manufacture: Butler
- Model Number: 30
- Era: 1920's
- Place Of Manufacture: Kanas City U.S.A.
- Color: Galvanized metal unpainted
- Dimensions: 9 Foot Tall Pump Without Globe
- Condition: Original, as-is, see photos for details (Original Pump Body And Internal Components)
More Information About The Butler Pump Company
"Butler started their Kansas City based business in 1901 manufacturing live-stock tanks out of galvanized steel. Their first gas pump was made in 1914, and they continued making pumps into the mid-1930s. They also offered complete service station islands. The Bennett Pump Co. also sold these island units using Bennett pumps. Butler is still in business making the famous “Butler Buildings.”
About The Mancave.ArtFactory.com Collectibles Bone Yard
In our Bone Yard, you will fine original unrestored vintage gas pumps, vending machines, modern retro items, and anything else that doesn't meet our regular world class investment quality standards. We generally don't deal in parts, but on the occasion that we have them for sale you will find those in the Bone Yard as well. We often buy entire collections, and sometimes in these collections are items that have collectible value, but don't quite merit a museum quality restoration. For example, items that are post 1970 will often be found in the Bone Yard. If you are looking for hard to find parts, or a fully restored pump is not quite in your budget, then have a look in our vintage Americana and petroliana bone yard.