ECO Air Meters Fully Restored To Museum Collector Standards In Working Condition
This is an original ECO Air Meter Model 90 by the Bennett Pump Division of the John Wood Company from 1947. This antique air meter has been completely restored using all original and historically correct parts. Our fully trained American restoration technicians restored and custom painted this petroliana collectable in classic American red, white, and blue color scheme. This air vending Tireflator machine is in full working order. At Scottsdale Art Factory all our restored memorabilia and automobilia items are authentic genuine collectables.
Order Your ECO Air Meter Restored To Historically Correct Museum Quality
All petroliana and vintage automobilia offered is a genuine collectable piece of Americana and an 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. Contact us to request your antique vending machines and vintage Americana at 1-800-292-0008.
ECO Air Meter - Specifications:
- Company: John Wood Company, Bennett Pump Division
- Make/Model: ECO Air Meter 90
- Era: 1947
- Color: Red, white, and blue
- Height: 49 1/2"
- Base: 9" square
- Condition: Antique/Restored museum quality and historical correct
Museum Quality Vintage American Restorations from Scottsdale Art Factory
- All brass parts are solid polished original brass
- All internals have been polished and rebuilt
- Air meter is in working order
- Backed by a century of fine craftsmanship since 1913
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. (Refundable deposit required.) Call 1-800-292-0008
Petroliana and Antique Restoration Services
We are the oldest and largest restorer of fine art to museum quality 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.
Due to our earned reputation we have the good fortune to be in high demand by collectors. We always have a waiting list for most antique and vintage items. We suggest if you're looking for a specific collectable restored to this level, that you please ask to be put on our first come, first served list (a refundable deposit is required).
Vintage Restorations and Antique Collectables information:
ECO Air Meter Historical Information
ECO Air Meters - Originally called Economy Air Meters, and then shortened to ECO air meters, these vintage petroliana items were first introduced around 1917 by the Western Manufacturing Company of Oskoloosa, Iowa. In 1928 the John Wood Company purchased the ECO division of Western Mfg. moving production to their factory in Bryon, Ohio. In 1930 the John Wood Company acquired the Bennett Pump Company and they moved production again to Muskegon, Michigan. That same year new ECO Air Meters were introduced, called the ECO 39 series. In 1947 the most popular model, the 90 series, of balanced inflation ECO Air Meters was introduced. This air meter - that operates not by electricity but by air pressure - was available as a standing pedestal version, a wall mount versions, and available with a coin operated mechanism. The John Wood Company still produces many products today, however the ECO division was discontinued.