200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Flash
Well, I'm surprised no one has posted about this yet, But that's cause
I'm sure everyone is still sleeping...I  got home around 2:45am LOL
So, Yesterday was the first, meeting of the Ontario Coleman
Collectors at Roland Chevalier's. A great time was had by all!!!
I would like to personally thank Roland for opening up his
home/garage for the wonderful event. I'm sure everyone who
attended would agree, It was a blast. Everything was fantastic from
the table setups, the food, and Rolands well organized fueling area.
Roland left no detail overlooked. We even had internet access in his
garage so we could look things up on the fly. And yes we did...We all
enjoyed Jim Hogg's chili Prepared on a vintage stove (Can't remember
the model number) But it was fantastic. OldLampMans knowledge of
lamps was overwhelming, Also his demo on cleaning paint was
impressive. Trail's troublesome 200 rebuild was fun yet informative as
well. I will post lots of pics later, I have to re size most of them. But
I'm sure other members will have some pics to post. Anyway once again thanks very much for the great time.



The original $8 dealer.
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Bricklayer
 LOL Flash, glad you guys had a great time. (would like to see pics though)
Ben
You meet thousands of people and none of them really touch you, and then you meet that one person, and your life is changed forever.

Ben
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fourpz

 Need pics Guys, show us what a great time we missed.

Brad
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adelcoro
Pictures!!!???
ICCC 957
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Flash
Ok here go the pictures, I'm gonna post some here and some in new posts, to help people with dial up internet..

Roland at his fueling station..


Here is Chris Gettin' a 242 (I think) ready for some action..


My (Flash) Newly acquired 237...


Roland Giving a GI stove demonstration..


Some of the projects Roland has been working on.....


Working on Mark's (Trail) Troublesome 200


Chris's (OldLampMan) Table of Coleman...


This is a neat little wind baffle for a pocket stove, I found on the floor of Jim Hoggs van.


I'll post some more in another thread.

The original $8 dealer.
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Big_Mike
lol, I love the HGP burner connected to the suitcase stove fount.  Interesting idea.
"If we knew what we were doing, it would not be called research" Albert E.

Some people are like slinkys, not much good for anything, yet would still bring a smile to your face if you pushed them down a flight of stairs.

"If it ain't broke, you're not trying hard enough. And remember, this fix is only temporary, unless it works." --Red Green
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Bricklayer
Thanks Flash, great pictures. Can not wait to see the rest.
Ben
You meet thousands of people and none of them really touch you, and then you meet that one person, and your life is changed forever.

Ben
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RolandChevalier
Great pictures Flash, and thanks for the kind words.  I'm glad you had your fancy camera and know how to use it.  Can't wait to see more, even though I was there (LOL).

I had to use the suitcase stove tank was because the tank that came with the two 558 burners is a rusted POS.  The burner that is running looked like the rusted one in the background.  The gen hold down is home made from a fitting I had lying around.  Call me McGiver!.

Roland

Roleman Coleman - SAY NO TO "NO LETTER"
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Scouterjan
Flash, great pictures  BTW turn the wind baffel OVER
Jan



Mitakiuye Oyasin " All My Relations"
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