200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Donhotrod
C02749ED-EF22-4AD4-B201-DD354E3AE8A3.jpeg8ABEBEFA-EA8B-4D71-AF7D-47549AD5BB5D.jpeg  Moving this over from the bull category. My wife found this at a Habitat for Humanity  Restore. I went back and bought it for $20. Someone had painted the vent blue and the original red paint has worn off of the fount.  The first step was to get that off and give it a quick clean up to see what everything looks like. First step complete. More progress photos coming.
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Kgam1020
Nice! can't wait to see the progress. Why someone would paint that nice vent blue.... 
Ken.
Looking for Bday lanterns, 10/83, 11/84 and 10/2011.
Milspec Syndicate member #1020 
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major_man
I can't recall the dates but there are brass painted, nickle painted and steel painted tanks found on these 220's.

The frames typically clean up pretty good so can't wait to see it completed, have fun restoring that little devil......6/66. 
William
WTB or trade for poultry or USFS.
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major_man
sold the same date 220 and it appears to be painted over nickle and it’s a brass tank
William
WTB or trade for poultry or USFS.
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rob_pontius
If the rest of that lantern cleans up anywhere near as nice as the vent, you'll have a very nice piece.
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