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Blake75601
9DE261AB-4A4F-428E-9EF4-5200E3957A8B.jpeg  There is an estate sale near me, tomorrow. They will have a lantern manufactured by “Ash Flash”. I am not familiar with that company. The pic looks a lot like a Coleman 220. Do you guys think it’s worth my time to go take a look at it? No word on the price.
Blake
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Chucker
No.

I own both the single and double mantle Ash Flashes. They are kind of interesting pieces of GPA history but if you want one that you can light and depend on, you want the single mantle, the 1010. 

Now, since they only show the box it COULD have a 1010 inside. Never know til you get there I guess. 
Chuck
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rob_pontius
If the sale is near you, it wouldn't hurt to go and check it out. They're good runners, you just can't find parts for them. If I remember right, they were made in Hong Kong. The Roddy is another one like it.
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Blake75601
Thanks, guys, I appreciate your help. I think I’m going to pass on it. If it’s difficult to locate parts, I don’t have much use for it. Thanks again for your help. I sincerely appreciate and value your input. 
Blake
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Macburner
Ashflash is the brand name for the Ashflash Corporation in Norwalk CT. The lamps were imported from Hong Kong and we think they were made by the Union Metal Works. This one is model 1022 which you can just see part of at the top of the box image. ::Neil::

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michiganphil
I believe that you can use a 220 generator on the 1022, but don't quote me on that.
If it's in good shape, it's a nice conversation piece as a Coleman knock-off. Some guys like to collect the oddities...AshFlash, Roddy, DuraCamp, etc. Only you can decide what it's worth.
Philip
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Majicwrench
I've got a couple, they run good. I'm not worried about spare parts, it aint gonna wear anything out what little I use em.

One of em (yellow font, can't recall brand name) (Dura Camp?)EVERYTHING leaked or was plugged, rarely have I worked on a lantern that so much was amiss. It was all straightforward to fix, however, and I needed no parts. It now runs great.
Keith
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74HARLEY
It's always nice to have some brand diversity in your collection. It all depends on the price. It wouldn't kill you to just go get it. ( Yes I am a professional enabler)
Joe
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Blake75601
Thanks guys. I stopped by, this morning and it was already gone. Someone wanted it. I’m glad it has a new home. 
Blake
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blacksmith
heck, they may of had 8.00 on it???
Gary r. voigt
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