Mystery Tool Week 13

A hand held tool or device, see if you can guess what it is.
oops56
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Re: Mystery Tool Week 13

Postby oops56 » Sat Dec 22, 2007 10:35 pm

Ridgerunner wrote:
Just keep the stove for the next one i got to many or if you got a optimus #9 send that its rare or a comet scout more rare
http://www.dutchstovecollectors.nl/Bran ... 0Comet.htm

http://spiritburner.com/ccs/pages/optimus9expl.htm


Oops, I forgot all about the Optimus9---never seen one on ebay. With all the collectors out there, I could not afford one anyway but i sure thought it was a real neat looking stove and wanted one. I had never seen the Ocomet at all. It is a neat little stove also. You have good and expensive taste. :lol: I wish there was a book with all the vintage oneburners in it with their history and all. Do you know of any publications on the subject?


Go here some info some pictures click the letters or pictures

http://www.dutchstovecollectors.nl/Bran ... anders.htm
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Re: Mystery Tool Week 13

Postby zelph » Sat Dec 22, 2007 11:22 pm

Nice site oops, I put it in my favorites. Thanks!!!! Two borde bombes Oops, not too shabby :mrgreen:
http://www.woodgaz-stove.com/

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Re: Mystery Tool Week 13

Postby Ridgerunner » Sun Dec 23, 2007 4:17 am

Go here some info some pictures click the letters or pictures

http://www.dutchstovecollectors.nl/Bran ... anders.htm


Nice site oops, thanks! looks like that collector needs an Opyimus9 also :o

The Spiritburner classic stove website has changed since I use to frequent it. They use to have a header with the alphabet that would let you search their library of stoves. I don't seem to see it anymore? Is it still there?

I would like to have a hardcopy of a "stove encyclopedia" :mrgreen:
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oops56
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Re: Mystery Tool Week 13

Postby oops56 » Sun Dec 23, 2007 7:41 am

Ridgerunner wrote:
Go here some info some pictures click the letters or pictures

http://www.dutchstovecollectors.nl/Bran ... anders.htm


Nice site oops, thanks! looks like that collector needs an Opyimus9 also :o

The Spiritburner classic stove website has changed since I use to frequent it. They use to have a header with the alphabet that would let you search their library of stoves. I don't seem to see it anymore? Is it still there?

I would like to have a hardcopy of a "stove encyclopedia" :mrgreen:

There is place on there but not sure where yet but after the 1st its being up dated there be a place for pictures and brake down parts how to fix start up everting you need to know one easy heading the site be down 3 or 4 days for change over
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