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Vintage ones from Ebay can be the most reliable as modern ones are pretty well made to be disposible.
I carry a very good quality stand on bicycle pump in every vehicle. They always work, don't blow fuses or fail, anyone can figure out how to use them and when you have a bicycle tire needing air, you know there is a pump in every vehicle...
1938 Canadian Pontiac Business Coupe (aka a 1938 Chevy Coupe with Pontiac shaped front sheet metal - almost all Chevy!) 1975 4-speed L82 Vette
Check the Project Farm one on 20v air compressors also. I was thinking of getting the Pittsburg one in his video but am now considering the Bauer one. I have several Bauer 20v tools so having one with a 20v and cordless option would be convenient. I would only get a cordless one if I already was in that tool line though. As is stated in the video the charge and battery add a lot to the price.