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Jacks and Pumps for motoring purposes

Ozwrenches has a limited range of car jacks tyre pumps for sale
Jacks   Hand Pumps   Foot Pumps

Holden Jacks - see this page

Pictured below are some images and details of items surplus to our requirements and now available to purchase or swap.

If considering making a purchase, don't be afraid to make contact on the link above and ask questions or request additional pictures.

 
Item Picture
Item Description
Automotive Jacks 
Shelley-10-12. Quote from Steve Gyles' Jacks website “ It is cast 10 12 DL 36 (date) on one side and SHELLEY on the other. It measures 6.5" retracted and 13.75" extended. The handle driver hole is 0.75 inches square. Possibly Austin, may be the Austin 14 Goodwood”
Ref: Shelley-10-12DL
Price: $45 plus postage
L&E-S414. Quote from Steve Gyles' Jacks website “The S414 is a 15 cwt twin screw jack. Cast with S414 LAKE & ELLIOT on the drive side. On the opposite side is PAT NO 235497 15 CWT. It measures 5.25" closed and has a 5 7/8" screw extension. Extended height is 11.25". The base measures 3" x 4.75" ”A seller thought it may be for a 1936 Riley 9”
Ref: L&E-S414
Price: $45 plus postage
L&E-S411. Rumoured to have come with Isetta Bubble cars
Ref: L&E-S411
Price: $45 plus postage

Ref: ErnLake-A5-1/4
Price: $45 plus postage
Harvey Frost 841257. This is a “Cracker Jack” as seen on some of this model. Steve Gyles mentions” “Original packaging showed it to be an aftermarket jack suitable for cars such as the BMC Maxi, Morris Oxford 1800 and 18/85, Ford Zephyr and Zodiac, 3 litre Daimler Sovereign, Jaguar XJ6, Sunbeam Rapier and Sceptre, Rover 2000, Triumph Vitesse and TR6, Vauxhall VX40, Ventura and Cresta”. It has a flip over extension to the top.
Ref: HarveyFrost-841257
Price: $45 plus postage
Harvey Frost C 841257. Similar to the one above, but the lifting spigot is different, and it is designated “C” Model. Perhaps it signifies C for Commercial
Ref: HarveyFrost-C-841257
Price: $45 plus postage
BTC A Frame Jack. Looks similar to Jaguar A frame jacks, marked BTC Made in England. Solid rod lifting spigot. Previous owner thought it was for a Morris car.
Ref:  BTC-A-FrameJack
Price: $75 plus postage




 

Apac No 26 M/7672 screw jack - for 1936-1938 Chevrolet truck series R, HY, S, T.
It has not been tested as there is no crank handle, however, the screw rises and falls when turning the drive by hand.
It is a heavy item, over 6Kg (from Melbourne).


Ref: Apac No 26 / M7672

Price $75 + P&P


Range rover Discovery hydraulic Jack, made by CORAM of Italy. No handle available. Untested.

Ref: RroverDiscoveryJack

Price: $75 +P&P

 



Vesta Triangle Safety Jack. Advertising states " The Vesta Triangle Safety Jack consists of two steel rods and a chain. Turning the crank handle raises the car effortlessly at two points of suspension - the axle and the bumper bar. It's safe on steeply cambered roads, on a hill, in mud, sand etc. It will pass under a 2in. clearance while operator stands clear of car! A child of 12 could raise a wheel with a Vesta Safety Jack without difficulty or danger in a few seconds. No uncomfortable stooping, practically effortless operation, speedy and safe - surely it's the perfect jack..."

Vesta were battery makers with over 7000 dealers throughout Austrlia, and in 1954 they offered participants in the REDEX Car trials "day and night Vesta Service Facilities for all competitors in almost every town on the route. Vesta Service covers a full and comprehensive range of products - Batteries, Coils, Condensers, Spark Plugs, Automotive Cable and Vesta Triangle Jack..."

Advertising for this jack in Trove spans the years 1951 to 1954. It is not know if production was limited to these dates. More info required.

Ref: VestaRedex
Price: $75 +P&P


Referring to the Shelley jacks above models LJ31 & LJ32. here they are shown side by side to illustrate the differences.


Shelley 7DL (19)38 This jack was issued with various English cars and the Norton Big 4 combo motorbike. This has the saddle shaped jacking point, compared to the later “L” shaped jacking point.

refer to Steve Gyles webpage: http://www.classic-british-car-jacks.uk/vehicle_jack_index.htm



Ref: : Shelley-7DL
Price: $75 plus postage

Shelley 7DL original handle which is always hard to find.
Ref: Shelley-7DL-38-Handle
Price: $30 plus postage

Shelley TL 47 The jack measures 5 1/2" retracted and 13" fully extended. It is cast SHELLEY on one side and TL 47 on the other. The TL presumably stands for Triple Lift and the 47 for 1947 date. It may have been issued with Morris 8 cars. Untested.

Ref ShelleyTL47

Price: $75 +P&P

Shelley 10DL Double lift screw jack, dated (19)39.

Handle not available. This jack has not been tested and will probably need to be overhauled if it is to be used for lifting your car.

It is the correct jack for the Austin 7, also the Ruby and other low Chassis Austin 7 cars. No handle available. Refer to MG Roadster for more info. Untested

Ref: Shelley10DL-39

Price: $75 +P&P

Shelley 10DL Double lift screw jack, dated (19)38

Handle not available. This jack has not been tested and will probably need to be overhauled if it is to be used for lifting your car.

It is the correct jack for the Austin 7, also the Ruby and other low Chassis Austin 7 cars. No handle available. Refer to MG Roadster for more info. Untested.

Ref: Shelley10DL-38

Price: $75 +P&P

Lake & Elliott S416, Used on Jowet Jupiter, possibly other cars, untested.

Ref: L&E-S416

Price: $75 +P&P

Jack marked SJS Bevelift on the top and “SMITHS JACKING SYSTEMS” ON THE FOOT, 21.5 inches tall when wound down. Spigot is 7/8”square, solid, protrudes 6“ and sits 8” off the ground. Dated 4/49 under the foot. Previous owner thought it was for his father’s MK2 Jag. Untested.

Ref: SJS-Bevelift-1

Price: $125 +P&P


Smiths Stevensons jacking Systems Bevelift post jack said to be for the Riley-RMA. It stands 18” tall in lowered position. No crank is available, but it will need to have a socket of 3/8WW or 7/16BSF. The Riley RM Series is an executive car which was produced by Riley from 1945 to 1955. It was the last model developed independently by Riley prior to the 1952 merger of Riley's still new owner Nuffield, with Austin to form BMC. ref Wikipedia. Untested.

Ref:  Riley-RMA
Price: $95 +P&P


Smiths Stevensons jacking Systems post jack said to be for the Standard Flying 14. It stands around 17 inches tall in lowered position, and has a integrated winding handle. The Flying Standard Fourteen was a four-door five-seat saloon. From March 1937 the same specification was also made available as a 'Touring Saloon' incorporating increased luggage accommodation for touring "and the weekend golf clubs" ref Wikipedia. Untested.

Ref:  Standard-14
Price:  $85 +P&P

Smiths Stevensons jacking Systems jack for Austin motorcars, not sure of which model. Also supplied is a crank handle / wheel brace marked King Dick. Underside of jack base is date stamped 3/50 which means March 1950. Jack stande 16.5" (420mm) tall and the height of the lifting spigot is at about 6.5"

Ref: Austin Jack-1, Price $75 +P&P

 

Austin BLMC Classic Mini side lift jack by W H Wylie, Australian made. May be suitable for Austin 1100 also. Comes with crank.

Ref: Mini-Whylie-2

Price: $60 +P&P

 



Top: Shelley jack brace, 20 in long, 5 inch throw, socket measures 3/8WW (=7/16BSF) marked “SHELLEY Pat no 409657” May also fit wheel nuts.

Ref: Jackbrace-Shelley

Price $35 +P&P

Bottom: King Dick jack brace, 19.5 in long, 5 inch throw, socket measures 3/8WW (=7/16BSF) marked “KING DICK” May also fit wheel nuts.

KD brace sold

Model 1504 Bilstein 1960's vintage jack, may suit porsche.356, 912, VW etc. Marked Bilstein Vigot DRP 520996 UA. No adjustment bar available

Ref: Bilstein-Porche-VW-2

Price: $100 + P&P

VW BUG BEETLE car jack APAC No 2 (made in Australia) 1960’s vintage.

Ref: VW-Jack-Apac,

Price $75 +P&P

Previous owner said this fits his Triumph Mark 1 & Mark 2 cars. Maker is BTC – Britool. Jack is very similar to a Jaguar jack with the same jacking pad for the XJ6.

Ref: Triumph-jack

Price: $75 +P&P

 

 

Lada Samara Jack. Looks vaguely similar to some Jaguar jacks

The vinyl and cloth tool kit has pockets for other tools, but missing in this case..

Ref Lada

Price: $100 + P&P send note through Sales-Contact tab

   
 Foot Pumps
 






Blitz foot pump. This is the same model as seen in a Blitz display at the Darwin Military museum. No maker visible. This one is affixed to a thick slab of plywood, which can be removed for shipping.
As found, not tested or restored.

Ref: Blitz Pump
Price: $100 +P&P

Brass cylinder foot pump. marked "D.R.A.L. AUSTRALIA" on the footplate and the Department of Defence mark D^D on the cylinder end.
No info available, info required. 
As found, not tested or restored.

A note from Fred....."
The DRAL DoD footpump had me intrigued, I believe it may be Dunlop Rubber Australia Limited. As you can see below they did supply the DoD, this extract from Canberra paper 1942

"Tyres and tubes, for Department of the
Army, £385 3s. 8d.-Dunlop Rubber Aust, Ltd., Vic."

If anyone else has info, please make contact.

Ref: D.R.A.L.Australia
Price: $100 +P&P


Duco, A smaller pump than the Nesthill.
Ref: DUCO-1
As found, not tested or restored.
Price: $35 +P&P


 Marked "Ernest H Hill Sheffield THC" this contrasts to the more readily available "Nesthill" marked examples.
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: Ernest Hill-1
Price: $50 +P&P




This pump has 3 cylinders, all in brass - they would look a treat polished up!
 Hattersley & Davidson Ltd Sheffield, "Multistage Foot Pump Pattern no Fco"
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: H&D-1
Price: $95 +P&P



Hattersley & Davidson Sheffield. Single cylinder pump attached to a dessicator. Often found with pump separated from the dessicator.
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: H&D-2,
Price; $250 +P&P

Marked H.P.S. Thought to have military connections
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: HPS
Price: $50 +P&P

 Nesthill Jupiter with brass tube.
Supplied with quality British motor cars. This one has been paimted red on the brass ends and has a brass cylinder. This would look very nice restored to concourse condition.
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: Nesthill-Jupiter-Brass-1
Price:  $75 +P&P



 Kismet Baby
"William Turner and Bro. Ltd, of Eyre Lane Sheffield started business in the late 1890's and made a range of pumps under the KISMET brand name. Rumour has it that Turner named his company after attending and being impressed with the KISMET musical opera". ref vintagepumps.co.uk
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: Kismet Baby
Price: $75 +P&P
  Nice brass barreled pump marked "Duplex Kismet Master", and "AM with crown". AM stands for Air Ministry. It has a 1942 date on the brass label
Internet searches suggest that this model was supplied with the Rolls Royce Phantom 1 cars. (info required)
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref:
Price:
 Kismet Lorry
"William Turner and Bro. Ltd, of Eyre Lane Sheffield started business in the late 1890's and made a range of pumps under the KISMET brand name. Rumour has it that Turner named his company after attending and being impressed with the KISMET musical opera". ref vintagepumps.co.uk
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref:
Price:
   Nesthill Jupiter steel tube
Supplied with quality British motor cars. This one has been painted silver on the brass ends. One website suggests that the cylinder was nickel plated steel. This would look nice restored to concourse condition.
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref:  Nesthill Jupiter steel
Price: $75 +P&P


 
 
 Four examples of Nesthill Jupiter
As found, not tested or restored.
PCL Royal. An attractive brass cylinder pump.
Pneumatic Components Limited (PCL)
Founded in 1938, when the first pressure gauges were designed and manufactured in Sheffield, PCL started somewhat later than many of the other major pump makers.
 The company was founded, apparently, as a result of a squabble between the Turner brothers (of the famous Kismet Company in Sheffield). One of the brothers broke away and founded the rival PCL enterprise.
As found, not tested or restored.
ref: http://www.vintagepumps.co.uk/page2.html
Ref: PCL-Royal
Price: $100 +P&P
 Marked "Prima Birmingham"
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: Prima
Price: $35 +P&P

 Rekord foot pump. Spelling of the name suggests German origin.
Any info welcomed.
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref:  Rekord
Price: $45 +P&P
SAGAR Foot Pump, Reg Design No: 24440, South Australia.
Feedback from Brian Love: "Sagar were Aust. makers of greasing equipment for bulk dispensers as well as grease guns and other garage equipment etc".
As found, not tested or restored.
Ref: Sagar-1
Price: $35 +P&P


Sutty CYCLONE Tyre Pump
Sutty Motor Accessories Ltd, Farnborough Kent, Quality Products
Made in England, Regd Des No 894,999
We have seen this pump for sale as right for early series Landrover.
As found, not tested or restored., but was in use at time of acquisition.

Ref: SuttyCyclone
Price: $75 +P&P


Sutty Giant.
A large pump as the name suggests, complete with pressure gauge.
Ref: Sutty-Giant
Price: $90 +P&P
W & D Model 25 Super Pump,
Double acting pump, brass cylinders.
Manufactured by Walters and Dobson a Sheffield manufacturer who made a range of high quality pumps. ref: http://www.vintagepumps.co.uk/page2.html
Brass two stage pump, will restore beautifully.
Ref:  W & D Model 25
Price: $100 +P&P
Hand Pumps