RARE Antique 1910 KELLOGG Model 34 Four Cylinder Automobile Tire Pump

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  • Item Category: Transportation and Vehicles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 08,2011
  • Channel: Online Auction

Here is an uncommon Kellogg Tire Pump - Model 34, No. 43515 - Patented Oct. 1910 , Rochester, NY

Recently found in a big barn at a Poland, Maine estate.

Shaft does turn readily. Good label - swivels to allow access to interior where one would put heavy oil.

I only found one other of this model Kellogg pump and it was priced over $300.

There is a hairline in the middle of bottom of the pump as shown. Measures about 9 x 7" . Weight without packaging is 11 pounds.

Sorry but no buy it nows. Check out my other items !

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