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    Texaco Gilbert & Barker T-176 Visible Gas Pump C. 1925-1927
    This Texaco Gilbert & Barker T-176 viable gas pump dates back to the 1925-1927 time period. It has been professionally restored and finished in Texaco livery. It is complete with a 10 gallon glass cylinder, ID plaque and "Contains Lead" porcelain signs. It is complete with the pricier box and "To Car/To Storage" placard. It has a reproduction Texaco glass globe and stands 9' 11" tall. It has minor surface rust on the base and there are minor chips on the "Contains Lead" porcelain plates.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2014
    29th Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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