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Pump is pretty oxidized, doing my best to save it. I am fortunate that I have Then and Now nearby, a shop that rebuilds and offers rebuild kits for the pump. Electric I get, and I am not hung up on total originality on the fuel pump. However as always interested in preserving historical integrity if possible. I have ultrasonically cleaned with Simple Green Aircraft and Precision as detergent...but it's pretty rough.

Any suggestions of alternatives welcome.

Cheers, S
 

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There may be better examples to start with. Post a WANTED add on the BB.
 

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Hunting down a better condition pump, these folks in Weymouth, MA are very friendly and helpful regarding FISPA fuel pumps and hundreds of others. Good old fashioned shop.

Link here: Then and Now Automotive
 
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