Wayne Vintage Visible Gas Pump: 10 Gallon Model 628 Texaco Gas Globe – WGP0628
Very Rare FIRST ELECTRIC POWERED MODEL Fully Restored To Museum Quality
Antique Circa 1928-1931 Model With Historically Correct Texaco Signage From The Era
Wayne Vintage Visible Gas Pump: 10 Gallon Model 628 Texaco Gas Globe
The Wayne 628 gas pump, released in 1928 was their first electric operated model. Designed with consumer value in mind, and was originally advertised for less than $100. It was touted as being an affordable solution for those who were looking to change from hand operated to power operated equipment.
The pump was designed with the same popular visible bowl, construction, and features as Wayne's popular model 615 hand operated pump. The electric operated, wet host pump, had an operating capacity of up to 24 gallons per minute. It also featured a stainless steel pump shaft and was self priming. Without a doubt, a truly state-of-the-art machine for its time.
Wayne Vintage Visible Gas Pump Model 628 Specifications:
- Gas Company: Texaco
- Make/Model: Wayne Model 628 Electric Operated Wet Hose Visible
- Era: 1928-1931
- Color: Red
- Height: 120 Inches (10 Feet) Tall
- Condition: Antique/Restored museum quality and historically correct signage
- Custom six wheel base mounted dolly with mar proof wheels for easy touch and move
- Notable Features: (per official ad in National Petroleum News)
- Semi-steel pump housing and rotor
- Stainless steel rotor shaft and pump
- Pump shaft bearings are Promet Bronze which requires no lubrication
- Special formica pump blades
- 24 gallon-per-minute pump capacity
- Self priming
- 1 1/2 inch suction/1 inch discharge
Today, over 90 years later, we at ArtFactory.com have fully restored a Wayne Model 628 pump to museum quality, and fully working order. The pump includes original, correct to time period signage and advertising for Texaco. Atop sits an original from the period Texaco gas globe, which is of the rare and highly sought after milk glass variety. This pump is a true petroliana collector's dream, and a sure centerpiece for even the most serious collection. Call us today at 1-800-292-0008, for pricing on this Wayne vintage visible gas pump, or any of our other museum quality restored vintage visible gas pumps, we ship worldwide.
Very Rare Surviver Texaco Milk Glass Globe Specifications:
- PERFECT CONDITION
- Company – Texaco
- Product – Texaco Gasoline
- Era – 1910s – 1920s
- Color – Black, Red, Gold
- Original Raised Lettering In Milk Glass Lettering And Logo
- Dimensions – 13½” Diameter
- Condition – Original, as-is, see photos for details – not restored, and not a reproduction
See More At: Texaco Milk Glass Globe - VS206
Vintage Gas Pump Display Carts: Islands With Wheels For Heavy Collectibles
At ArtFactory.com we make vintage gas pump display carts so that you can conveniently move your vintage visible gas pumps and other heavy collectibles from place to place. These custom islands with wheels can be come built to suit you needs. They can be built to hold one gas pump, or you whole collection, and can also be built for lubesters and vending machines. These vintage gas pump display carts are an original design by award winning artist H.J. Nick, and are hand built in heavy gage steel. The even come complete with electrical wiring so that your pumps can plug right into the island. The are also UL listed.
Finally, a convenient way to display and transport your heavy collectibles. This example includes 25 Foot industrial duty cord with plug wired and 4 duplex electrical outlets. Vintage gas pump display carts can be custom designed to any size, and like all of our products are built custom made to order. They can also be hand finished in any color to match you collectibles or the color scheme of your man cave. The vintage gas pump display carts pictured feature a 1930's-50's era Texaco color theme. They are custom finished to appear as worn and aged concrete colored Texaco red and grease stained in a battleship gray.
Wayne Vintage Visible Gas Pump Info
When we use the terms "Museum Quality" and "Historically Correct," we are indicating our world-class process. We absolutely preserve all original signs, badges, glass with anomalies, natural aged patinas, and everything that makes a vintage item collectable. Maintaining non-structural damage, all age, wear, and tear is proudly displayed to showcase each item's unique charm.
Due to our earned reputation, we have the good fortune to be in high demand by collectors. Because most of our items have a waiting list, if you're looking for a specific collectible, please ask to be put on our first come, first served list (refundable deposit required).
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