200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

I found this at a local antique shop, I think it's a 242B fount with a 200A burner frame not sure if the valve body came from the 242B or the 200A, the dates on the fount are 6 and either and 8 not sure on the second number, so October of 36' maybe. The collar has 200A on it, and the fuel cap does not have a normal screw as part of the three piece assembly never seen one like this, all that said a little bit of fettling and she runs bright, needs a new fuel cap gasket but that was to be expected, and a needs a check valve or good cleaning.
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Looks to work very well ....... Mmmmm this has got me thinking now 😉
Toowoomba Queensland Australia
Mil-SpecOps #1970
Coleman Slant Saver #51
ICCC Member #1826
The valve wheel is from a 242
ICCC # 1402
The photos are a bit blurry for my old eyes but that fuel cap sure looks like an Akron to me.
If a man made it, a man can fix it - My Father
ICCC 1473

I have all the parts to make that into a 242c, vent, bail, collar and the whole burner assembly. Trade for the 200a stuff, PM if you have questions and I'll send you pics.

Edit: Now that I look at it the valve wheel looks a little funny and I'm no expert so I don't know if it really is a 242 from the neck down. Offer is still good if you think it is a 242 bottom end and it'll work with the 242 stuff I have.

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