200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

onerednek
Just found this and paid $53 shipped to my door and was happy to buy it for that. I’ve wanted an old one like this for a while
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MartyJ
I’d say 40’s but hard to say by the picture.  You should like it.  May need a new pip for the pump and definitely a tank gasket.  I believe our sponsor has the gasket. Make the pip out of a gasket. I love my KampKooks.
Marty
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Flat_twin
Fat dual fuel gen or skinny white gas gen?
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onerednek
Flat_twin wrote:
Fat dual fuel gen or skinny white gas gen?
I’ll let you know when I get it home. The picture was just the advertisers picture I haven’t received it yet
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Chucker
Some of those are great for BTU's. Looks like a good catch so far.
Chuck
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Willy
I can't make out much detail.   Can you post a few more pictures, a bit bigger and different angles? 
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onerednek
Willy wrote:
I can't make out much detail.   Can you post a few more pictures, a bit bigger and different angles? 
Willy
When I receive it I will pay post better pictures that is what the advertisement had on it
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My Name Is Earl
Sir,
 Following this post as I have a very old KampKook 2 burner myself.
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onerednek
I am curious to see the operation of itvs my Coleman models
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Bumpkin 95
Those look like fun. Great find
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  • Like a lantern just hanging out
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mnhogrider
I bought this one last week. I haven’t had time to mess with it. I did blow the dust off and checked it over. Dumped out some old rotten gas, flushed, filled and it took right off. I don’t know the model. Might be the same A71DC74E-9B71-45C9-9BC8-D5A2171FF35C.jpeg  as yours. 
Steve
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Mack, Cat and Cadillac.
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Chucker
onerednek wrote:
I am curious to see the operation of itvs my Coleman models


Don, think of getting Coleman 413 flames/btu's out of a 425 size stove. Those little 1940's Kampkooks are hotties! 

Frankly, all the way through the later Thermos dual fuel stoves of the late 50's and early 60's they appear to throw more heat that the comparable Coleman's.

Now, try to get parts for one of those, even gen's are hard to find for a few of them. That's why I depend on my Coleman suitcase stoves and have fun with the other makes.
Chuck
"Pleasant words are a honeycomb, Sweet to the soul and healing to the bones." Proverbs 16:24
Eye-SEE-C-C Member #1333 -- MilSpecOps #003
"Michigan - from the Ojibwa word “meicigama,” meaning “great water.”
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Majicwrench
My 3 burner last weekend..
IMG_9378.jpg 
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onerednek
Chucker wrote:


Don, think of getting Coleman 413 flames/btu's out of a 425 size stove. Those little 1940's Kampkooks are hotties! 

Frankly, all the way through the later Thermos dual fuel stoves of the late 50's and early 60's they appear to throw more heat that the comparable Coleman's.

Now, try to get parts for one of those, even gen's are hard to find for a few of them. That's why I depend on my Coleman suitcase stoves and have fun with the other makes.
i liked it because of it being old and I’m guessing not as common, but I have a nice 3 burner and 413 that are my camp users. If I get it working....who knows what I may do. It may be another workhorse too or a shelf piece 
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onerednek
mnhogrider wrote:
I bought this one last week. I haven’t had time to mess with it. I did blow the dust off and checked it over. Dumped out some old rotten gas, flushed, filled and it took right off. I don’t know the model. Might be the same A71DC74E-9B71-45C9-9BC8-D5A2171FF35C.jpeg  as yours. 
it looks close, I’ll know more when it arrives. Of course I’ll have to put pics. The pic I used was the advertisers 
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onerednek
Majicwrench wrote:
My 3 burner last weekend..
IMG_9378.jpg 
oh boy, you had to show me that? The quest continues again. Ha
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Gunhippie
My LCS 21 is a real cooker!

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A little newer than yours.
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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MartyJ
mnhogrider wrote:
I bought this one last week. I haven’t had time to mess with it. I did blow the dust off and checked it over. Dumped out some old rotten gas, flushed, filled and it took right off. I don’t know the model. Might be the same A71DC74E-9B71-45C9-9BC8-D5A2171FF35C.jpeg  as yours. 

i love the graphics on this model.  
Marty
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