How much is a Gilbarco CPV2C21 worth?

by Alex
(TN)

I recently inherited a Gilbarco model # CPV2C21 Serial # 25788. It also has the numbers Model 310 14, 220330L.


It has a WEG motor on it. Model CW-5-18-184T. 5HP 1730 RPM. It has a weird cord with one of the prongs turned sideways so needless to say I can't turn it on yet. I have no idea if it works but it was kept in a shed. Do you know what this thing is worth? Someone told me that even if it didn't work, it could still be repaired and was worth saving. What's your take on it?

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May 18, 2017
Gilbarco 310-14
by: Erik Carstens

I have a Gilbarco with the same numbers and the 310-14 stands for the Quincy Model 310, record of change 14 which is about a 1946 Quincy Pump and you can still get rebuild kits for it. I just a complete overhaul on mine and it runs beautifully.

The mounting base is equipped with rubber mounts to the bracket that is welded to the tank. My tank was no good and I am in the process of mounting to another tank.

Quincy has a great web site for all of their products, past and present. The rebuild kit was only $150. Good Luck, Erik

Apr 13, 2017
Gilbarco CPV2C21 worth
by: Doug in s.d.ca.

As with anything, what you can get for it.

Regarding the cord plug -

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NEMA_connector#NEMA_5

There are some drawings that might help ID it. Is the motor 120 or 240V?

Good luck.

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