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Old Gas Pumps JIGSAW Puzzle Game

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Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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00 : 20
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00 : 42

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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01 : 24
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03 : 59

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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02 : 58
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11 : 49

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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04 : 26
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21 : 09

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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07 : 15
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36 : 55

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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16 : 34
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1 : 32 : 55

Old Gas Pumps Puzzle Details:

About: If you didn't know, the first gasoline pump was invented and sold by Sylvanus Bowser in Fort Wayne, Indiana on September 5, 1885. The pump was not used for automobiles, as they had not been invented yet. It was instead used for some kerosene lamps and stoves. Many early gasoline pumps had a calibrated glass cylinder on top. The desired quantity of fuel was pumped up into the cylinder as indicated by the calibration. Then the pumping was stopped and the gasoline was let out into the customer's tank by gravity.
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