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    It's not really worth anything, unless someone needs some pieces or is real desperate for a core to rebuild. You'd probably have to look at a lot of British engine fuel pumps to find a match and a possible buyer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudamark View Post
    It's not really worth anything, unless someone needs some pieces or is real desperate for a core to rebuild. You'd probably have to look at a lot of British engine fuel pumps to find a match and a possible buyer.
    For me I'm more curious as to how old it is, so I can get a general idea of how old the area is.

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    Most companies stopped making that style pump (the type with the glass sediment bowl) by the early 60's, but, some industrial applications still used it after that. I don't remember seeing any after the '70's. As for how early that pump could be.....My guess would be no earlier than the 1940's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cudamark View Post
    Most companies stopped making that style pump (the type with the glass sediment bowl) by the early 60's, but, some industrial applications still used it after that. I don't remember seeing any after the '70's. As for how early that pump could be.....My guess would be no earlier than the 1940's.
    Thanks !
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    does that look similar -Name:  s-l225.jpg
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    looks like the same one that's on my 1956 Fordson Major tractor Simms fuel lift pump and yes the FORDSON IS AN ENGLISH BUILT TRACTOR
    Last edited by maxpower; Dec 13, 2017 at 08:13 AM.

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    sediment bowl for gravity fed fuel on a tractor. My 1946 farmall has this sort of fuel filtration system.

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    simms fuel lift pump from Fordson tractor Click image for larger version. 

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