The passenger in that car sure was in a hurry to get to their "certified clean" restroom!
Wow did I ever read the thread title wrong.
i have one of those pumps,i been trying to figure how the nozzle hanger works for a long time now.thanks jay!!!! charley
Head gaskets hanging in the window.
I remember my grandfather talking about how pulling a head on a Model A or T, and cleaning off carbon, lapping valves, etc, was almost considered routine maintenance.
Now that I've started messing with T's, I can see what he was talking about.
Another little observation...
One of the smaller drums in front of the building has a rock under it. At one of the refinery labs I do work for, they have drums of Toluene and Acetone that they use as solvents.
They keep some old 2x4's handy to prop up one side of the drums when they get low and they're trying to get the last bits out of them.
Betcha a dollar that's exactly what's going on there.
(Message edited by rustyfords on July 10, 2018)
don that would work,but they dont seem to have it on the right side!!!! charley
Charley, if it's like the ones I see at the refineries, there's a flexible hose that runs down to the bottom that usually ends up on the opposite side of the drum because it's a bit too long.
that would work,when we find them in the junk the hose is long gone ,lol.charley
Who is the maker and what model of those gas pumps?
bowser mod c-111.charley
The 3rd drum, the small one, the wood is on the wrong side, bet it got water in it.