200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

bngreenchev
717805BB-3B79-4201-B995-3209E5749B6E.jpeg  My brother helped me bring this back to life the tag on case says model 110 and has a built in oven the only info I could find was a build date of around 1933.

The only issues were the leather was toast and was a full size one for a 220 he swapped it for a 242 size and works great, the generator was plugged from someone running rug through it.


The only other problems is the check valve is leaking fuel into the pump tube, my question is could we put a stronger spring on it or stretch the one that’s in there?
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Dmacp
it's probably not the spring. They need to be weak but not broken. I tried a stronger one and could not pump it. Try changing the pip, buy a M1950 stove pip from Mike and stick it in there. They don't last too long.

Bonnie & Clyde used a stove like that on the run in 1933. 
Dan
ICCC member #604
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Barrett
Nice stove! 
I have an 8F which appears to use the same burner assembly and tank.

I had to replace the NRV pip, I was able to cut one out of thin rubber I had.

Are you able to post a pic of the complete stove and oven?

Cheers
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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bngreenchev
Dmacp wrote:
it's probably not the spring. They need to be weak but not broken. I tried a stronger one and could not pump it. Try changing the pip, buy a M1950 stove pip from Mike and stick it in there. They don't last too long.

Bonnie & Clyde used a stove like that on the run in 1933. 


Thanks for the suggestion on the pip I'll get one or three ordered, interesting tidbit about Bonnie & Clyde.

Barrett wrote:
Nice stove! 
I have an 8F which appears to use the same burner assembly and tank.

I had to replace the NRV pip, I was able to cut one out of thin rubber I had.

Are you able to post a pic of the complete stove and oven?

Cheers


I'll see if I can get my brother to take some pics and send them to me, the stove is at his house 45min away. I wish there was more info on these, you wouldn't happen to know the original color? did it match the tank or was it brown color?
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Barrett
Mine stove and tank is a slightly darker shade of drab green (I'm not good with colors)

I think your tank is original color seeing that the brand stencil is in such great condition 
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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Majicwrench
Love it....I am such a stovie...
Keith
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bngreenchev

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Here are the pics with the Oven assembled. 37EE6FA0-DFC2-4364-B028-54CC88DB3C67.jpeg 

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Barrett
Thanks bngreenchev 
Gets me thinking about how I could replicate that...
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
Hoping to reach cognitive and emotional maturity before my children do.
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