200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

I bought this for $5 under the going rate a month ago.  I did not need another stove but the price was right and it looked somewhat old.  I got it out today and took a look at it.  Newer (1948-1949) 413C with the embossed model number.  The case is repainted and the fuel tank was stripped but not painted.  I soaked the pump leather in neatsfoot oil, added some fuel, and it lit right up.  

It will be a great user and it is nearly as old as I am.




Everyone's Favorite Uncle
My Name Is Earl
Now thats a deal for 3 bucks
Good find and deal, Fred; nice to see it working.
ICCC #1012
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