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    Posted 5 years ago

    Coppersons
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    Says "Moore and Kling" serial number 5289 model #450. Any ideas as to what and where this pump was from? Thanks!

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    1. MFlo, 4 years ago
      I have a very similiar pump Ser. 9149 and Mod. S450 I have some of the history of the pump but not sure how many were made or how valuable they are. The mechanism works and the pump motor runs and it has been repainted I'm not worried about the value because mine was passed down to me from my father who operated it in his electrical shop to fuel the trucks. In those days gas stations were expanding but nothing beat having that pump. Originally it was a Budwiser distributor in the 30's-50's till my father used it into the early 60's when it was decomisioned because the laws had changed the pump no longer met code standards EPA & DEM so there it sat untill my father passed and we sold the warehouse building but I still have the pump outside of my garage.

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