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  1. Joshua Aaron
    He is so adorable! He even has a cute name!
  2. ChibiChick
    Aww, he's so cute! My sister has a cat with this exact same patterning.
  3. Joshua Aaron
    Is the gumball machine itself edible?
  4. Nitro
    @grommet When finished, it will be inserted into a filler neck behind a registration plate on a musclecar bumper
  5. Nitro
    The actual fill tube on the front is missing, so I will machine one out of brass and brass pipe for the final display. The original one was extruded aluminum because it was economical to make that...
  6. grommet
    @Nitro Thank you for the details. I was wondering if it was used for kerosene or gasoline, that kind of information. I was surprised that it is probably from the 1950s. Your explanation about...
  7. Nitro
    @grommet I believe it is from the 1950s because it has aluminum parts involved that would not have been used during WWII. It could have come with any number of pump manufacturers because Buckeye...
  8. grommet
    @Nitro Will What is its history, what kind of fuel did it deliver, how old is it, where was it used? I do not know if that is too many questions, I am very interested to know more.
  9. Nitro
    @Joshua Aaron Considered state of the art for it's era, it was used by General Motors dealership repair shops during tuneups of vehicles with breaker point ignition systems that pre-dated...
  10. Joshua Aaron
    All the cat pics you posted are melting my heart!

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