Phillips 66 Visible Gas Pump
An original working vintage Wayne 615 gas pump fully restored to world class museum investment collector's standards. This ten gallon visible gas pump is colored in the Phillips 66 colors of orange and black, Circa 1920s, this visible gas pump from the Wayne Company features the 10 gallon genuine visible glass, hand pump, hose, nozzle, and authentic Phillips 66 porcelain emblems.
This Phillips 66 Wayne 615 gas pump features an original milk glass Phillips 66 gas pump globe light. The original milk glass globe features one 13 1/2" Phillips 66 milk glass inserts. This Phillips gas pump globe has the signature orange and black shield logo against a white background. All parts of this antique gas pump are historically correct and original, and are in full working order. This highly collectible Phillips 66 gas pump has been completely restored by our master craftsman at Scottsdale Art Factory. Contact us to order old gas pumps and vintage Americana at 1-800-292-0008.
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All antique memorabilia offered is a genuine collectable and appreciable assets, not a fake reproduction. All new items are hand crafted in the same hand and materials as it was done in its era "When Things Were Made in America to Last Forever". If we say "Restored" we mean complete restoration to its original production offering in its era. If we say "Restormod" we mean exact copy with some improved modifications or customizations. All items are fine collectable art at the highest world class collector level.
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Visible Gas Pump - Specifications:
- Gas Company: Phillips
- Make/Model: Wayne 615 Visible Gas Pump
- Era: 1920s
- Color: Orange and black
- Height: 123" (with globe)
- Base Diameter: 23"
- Condition: Antique/Restored museum quality and historical correct
- Notable Features:
Authentic Phillips 66 milk glass insert on original milk glass globe light, and genuine Phillips 66 belly plate sign. Wayne 615 hand pump model with 10 gallon glass tank.
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Museum Quality Vintage Restoration from Scottsdale Art Factory
- All brass parts are solid polished original brass
- Rare collectors preferred original "Milk Glass" globe
- All sign-age is correct porcelain original era material (no fake foreign made parts or signs used)
- All internals have been polished and rebuilt
- Pump is in working order
- Backed by a century of fine craftsmanship since 1913
Fine Art Restoration of Vintage Americana and Memorabilia
We are the oldest and largest restorer of fine art to museum historically correct antiques and genuine investment quality un-restored classic Americana (namely signs). Museum Quality Historically Correct means a world class restoration preserving all original signs, badges, glass with anomalies, natural aged patina, ect. with non structural damage. All age wear and tear is proudly displayed when possible. Contact us for information on restoring your vintage memorabilia at 1-800-292-0008.
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Phillips Petroleum Company - Gas Company History
Phillips 66 Company, originally Phillips Petroleum, was founded in 1917 by brothers LE Phillips and Frank Phillips as an oil exploration and gasoline production company in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. They entered the refinery and retail gas distribution industry in November of 1927 with their first service station located in Wichita, Kansas. The "Phillips 66" brand of gasoline was named after the US Highway 66. The company aggressively acquired new gas stations, and by 1930 Phillips 66 gasoline was sold in twelve states at almost seven thousand retail outlets. By 1967 they had a gas station in all fifty states. Phillips 66 still operates today, and is found throughout the Midwest and southeastern United States. The Phillips 66 shield logo was inspired by the US Highway sign of their namesake. Originally used in 1930 and featuring the shield in an orange and black color scheme, the logo was changed to red, white and black in 1959.
From Original Sales Literature
Wayne Model 615 Wet Hose Visible Gas Pump is the choice of hundreds of Oil Companies for their standard equipment. Speedy operation, dependability and low maintenance cost are factors accounting for its nationwide popularity. Wayne's Improved Wet Hose Pump, Model 615 (Underwriters' Approved) follows closely the lines of the Model 515 Series, and the retention of the value of standardization of appearance. The improvements found on the Model 615 guarantees Wayne's position as the manufacturers of "America's Best Wet Hose Pump."
Why Wayne Model 615-665 are Superior Pumps
Type - Visible. Hand operated. Wet Host.
Construction - All steel housing; cast iron base and lower cylinder head. Housing encloses all working parts and is securely fastened with six screw bolts. Three one-inch supports join base casting and lower cylinder head, reinforced midway with a triangle bracket making the entire pump a solid unit. Housing can be removed by one man in 1 1/2 minutes by loosening six screw bolts.
Operation - Pumping unit, operated by easy action 29" hand lever with 10 1/2" grip; bottom of grip 3'5" from ground.
Capacity - Can serve ten gallons at each complete filling or any number of gallons from one to ten.
Pumping Unit - Twin cylinder continuous flow. Cylinders are hard brass seamless tubing. Plungers actuated by cut steel racks engaging one large gear direct connected to hand lever. Model 665 is dame as 615 except equipped with oscillating type pumping unit.
Discharge - By gravity from visible container to car. Discharge is regulated by automatic shut-off nozzle on hose of Model 615. No Liquid can be discharged from glass container except through hose.
Visible Container - The 12" annealed glass bowl is embedded in cork gaskets in top and bottom heads. The container is held firmly by nine tie rods and is protected by expanded metal screen.
Quantity Markers - Three sets of Wayne's own clear-cut aluminum numerals, 1" high, inside the bowl. Visible from any angle. Slotted bottom causes bubble flash which is positive indication of point of correct measurement.
Accessories - Regularly furnished with 1 1/2" x 3 1/2" double boss bushings; 1 1/2" union ell; 1 1/2" single foot valve for tank; hose nozzle and 10' of 1" metallic lined hose.
Illumination - Electric light concealed in dome, brilliantly illuminates glass container and globe, if one is used. Globe furnished at extra cost.
Size - Overall height with standard cap 8' 10". Overall height with 16" globe, 10' 3". Height from ground to discharge connection 5' 10". Diameter of base 23".
Weight - Crated 465 pounds.
Finish - Standard in red. Any other color can be furnished. Any other color can be furnished. An extra charge will be made for striping or unusual color specifications.
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