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Air Compressor ID

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09-14-2020 15:25:11

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This air compressor has no builders plate. Does anybody recognize the manufacturer or the age? Engine is a Wisconsin, the compressor is a Quincy. Thanks.

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09-14-2020 20:44:54

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 Re: Air Compressor ID in reply to Claus1971, 09-14-2020 15:25:11  
i say quincy possibly 325 and that likely was atleast a pump for a gasoline application as an electric quincy the flywheel/fan generally has a rotation the other direction. parts are still available and probably the best piston pump ever. period.

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09-14-2020 18:00:42

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 Re: Air Compressor ID in reply to Claus1971, 09-14-2020 15:25:11  
I am confused, you did not ask for model number of the Quincy.

So are you asking who made the entire unit as a whole?

Out of curiosity?

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09-14-2020 18:14:58

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 Re: Air Compressor ID in reply to DoubleO7, 09-14-2020 18:00:42  
Yes. This unit is my Uncle’s. He tells me the compressor is a Quincy 350. He was wondering who manufactured the portable unit. He says it looks much too professional to be shop built. Also it has no air tank built on.

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09-14-2020 16:46:23

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 Re: Air Compressor ID in reply to Claus1971, 09-14-2020 15:25:11  
I'm going to say it's a 325 but it must be older than 1965. Mine has a different unloader and spin-on oil filter.

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09-14-2020 16:38:46

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 Re: Air Compressor ID in reply to Claus1971, 09-14-2020 15:25:11  
No question it's a Quincy. I have one like it but I can't remember the model. It's two-stage? I'll look on mine for the model number and get back. They're really good compressors. I'm pretty sure you can get parts.

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