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    Posted 1 year ago

    Farmgirly
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    This Erie gas pump has been around my property for ever...anyone know anything about it? We love it and would like to learn more about it! Thank you in advance!

    Mystery Solved

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    1. officialfuel officialfuel, 1 year ago
      If it's been around your property for years, what are you wanting to know about it?

      Michael
    2. EJW-54 EJW-54, 1 year ago
      Well it's a model 753 made from 1928 to 1931, yours is 1931 I think if that helps.:)
    3. Farmgirly, 1 year ago
      Michael: It was there when my parents bought the property in 1963. We never pursued details about the pump except once in awhile certain info would come to light from someone who knew the previous owners, etc. We found out that school buses used to come on the property to fuel up because there were no gas stations for many miles around! Some folks have asked to purchase it. Not knowing anything about the pump, we wouldn't know what it's worth, if anything.
    4. Farmgirly, 1 year ago
      EJW-54: Thank you so much for your assistance! Really appreciate it! This pump has been a landmark in our yard, and surrounding area, for quite some time. :D
    5. EJW-54 EJW-54, 1 year ago
      Your welcome Farmgirly, it is a nice pump! I collect old pumps and have some books about Gas Pumps so I'm glad to pass along any info I can.
    6. officialfuel officialfuel, 1 year ago
      I love the story about the pump. Thank you for sharing more of the information on it. After knowing that I would say the pump is priceless, what a keepsake! To me no amount of money would be worth getting rid of it. Enjoy your beautiful pump!

      Michael
    7. Trey Trey, 1 year ago
      Beautiful pump!! Where do you live that there are no stations around? Cool story:)
    8. Farmgirly, 1 year ago
      Hi Trey: The property is in Oakland County, Michigan and was once in "the boonies" with nothing around but lakes, woods and farmlands. Sadly, now the area is anything but that with a gas station located with every glance you take. Booooo and thumbs down!
    9. Farmgirly, 1 year ago
      Thanks, officialfuel! I feel the same way!
    10. Trey Trey, 1 year ago
      https://www.collectorsweekly.com/stories/216726-1957-cities-service-neon-sign?in=Trey What a coincidence I found my Cities Service neon sign in Harbor Beach Michigan:) is that near you?

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