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Just some stoves

Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 1:20 am
by oops56
i got this last summer complete rebuilt .Its optimus a 22b coleman fuel
got more so i be back and forth let you know last one so get seat and wait
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Here its burning
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Here is a optimus campingo it was all rust etc. rebuilt
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Here is its little brother same rust etc.optimus campingo
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This stove no name on it comeman fuel coil burner
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The last ones for now primus 41 kerosene these just a new paint job and cleaning

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Re: Just some stoves

Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 2:07 pm
by zelph
WOW!!!!
You do super nice restoration work Oops. Watching the stoves burn is reason to collect them. :) It's interesting how these little stoves help us get through life. Where would we be without our stove hobbies? Fishing? :D

Your photos are really nice. Thanks for sharing them with us Oops. Makes me want to start bidding on some stoves :lol: (NO, just kidding)

How do you start this coil burner up? Is it pressurized or is it wick?

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Re: Just some stoves

Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 2:40 pm
by oops56
zelph wrote:WOW!!!!
You do super nice restoration work Oops. Watching the stoves burn is reason to collect them. :) It's interesting how these little stoves help us get through life. Where would we be without our stove hobbies? Fishing? :D

Your photos are really nice. Thanks for sharing them with us Oops. Makes me want to start bidding on some stoves :lol: (NO, just kidding)

How do you start this coil burner up? Is it pressurized or is it wick?

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Just put your hands around tank your hand heat will start the fuel come out a little pin hole light it it start in a bit.On a hot day leave the fill cap lose or it come out on its own its got a plug that goes in the coil but dont work all the time best to empty tank

Re: Just some stoves

Posted: Tue Nov 27, 2007 5:09 pm
by Ridgerunner
Nice pics Oops, thanks for sharing. I particularly like the one burners that come in a tin case. Some of the graphics on the cases can be pretty neat. The one thing about coil burners is that there is just one setting---blow torch :lol: