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Two Rivers craftsman fuels hobby, restores gas pumps

9:40 PM, Jul. 15, 2013
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In the 1950s, a gallon of gas didn't cost $3.50 and Texaco, Mobil and Sinclair Dino gasoline electric pumps were the standard at gas stations.

Today, they are something car hobbyists spend time restoring to make them look as bright and new as they once were.

Retired construction worker Butch Gulseth, 75, of Two Rivers, is one person that uses his time and craftsmanship to work on the half-century old pumps to go along with his '50s-era truck. ...

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