Originally Posted by ChevelleSS_LS6
That would be really neat... set the tank on its end so the concave side is down, out of sight.
As for what I said earlier, I would replace the tank, and make sure the motor is oiled and the compressor is in good shape (remove rust, check it for cracks, change oil) before putting it into service. My air compressor is based off an old refrigeration compressor and ancient motor, but the tank is newer for safety sake.
I don't think so I really didn't look that pic over very well the first time and assumed it was an old antique compressor, it's not it's just a cobbled together rig that in all likelihood would be dangerous to even be near!