200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Flash
Ok So I finally found one, a Coleman 519 heater.
Well here are the pics and all the information I have found over the last month.
-Made in Canada only
-Oldest known heater is 6-81
-Newest is 9-83
- Fount is the same size as a 321b same color also.
   But there is no center hole, its has a bracket spot welded to the top
  and the valve hole is onthe back, see pics.
-Uses Generator #G8 (Thanks knight84)
-Looks as if the Burner was a replaceable part
-Has no tip cleaner, single valve design.
Any way here are the pics.




















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knight84
Great find.

These are rare little heaters.   The oring valve design has never been a favourite of mine.     Though it is easy to repair.    The tip is cleaned when the the knob is turned off.    

Jeff
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afterburner

Never heard of these. Any idea what BTU rating is?

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Flash
3000 btu


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suprz
I have ALWAYS wanted one of those!!!
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fuzz1500
Something else I need !!!!!!!!!
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knight84
They are great heaters.  Though I prefer the Tilley or Bialaddin bowl fires.

Here are two pictures of one running.  I have one dated 2  81

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Flash
I fired up this heater last night.....Had fire extinguisher on hand.
Worked well, mine seems to stall after about 10 min, give it a shake and i comes back to life for another 10 min. I'm not sure what's wrong..... But I'm gonna take it apart this winter and give it a once over.

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61RANCHERO

Sweet, never seen one before... Add to the list of don't haves...

GLENN IN OREGON
ICCC # 970
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Flash
That's what I said, This was like finding a gold bond in the wild to me,
They apparently did not make many.

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Scouterjan
Nice find Flash, I don't have one but I do use my 2 Tilley's, I really like them cause they are Kero
Jan


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knight84
Sounds like a fuel pick up problem.   Did you rinse the tank out?  
I wonder if it uses some of the same parts as the 321b.   ???   I have a simple user guide/manual for these but no parts list.   Coleman is still confused on what these are.  

Tilley's and Bialaddins are better heaters but the Coleman sure fires up fast.       

Jeff

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Scouterjan
Jeff, you might be right, but I like the wait for the Tilley's, how about this one I built a couple of years ago

this is a very rare 168 K Wok Lid


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Flash
I gave it a once over tonight, cleaned out the tank and found "pink chunks"
Must be tank sealant floatin around inside, Will give it a whirl tomorrow.
Trying to find a repo decal is gonna be a challenge, I might just leave it as is for now,
Until something better comes along.....they usually do with my luck.
I'm pretty sure the valve is the same as a 321b, 321c I'm not gonna mess with it to much, I'll wait till i get a second one and start poking around with it.

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knight84
Very nice work Scouterjan!  

Nice collection of 200's too!

I do love the big red eye of the Tilley. 

I was looking around for the 519 box and found it.   The heater that came in that box is the 2/81.   The box says new and is priced with what looks like a home hardware price sticker for 42.99.   So I think the first year of the production was 1981.   Until when...  I don't know.  1983/1984

Jeff
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Flash
42.99 in 1981.....holy crap....
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knight84
Yup around 100 to 105 dollars.   
Good to know they have held their worth


Jeff
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Scouterjan
Flash, there is an EBay seller in your neck of the woods, Pawnitoff? that sells reproduction decals, he might have what you are looking for. Jeff, thanks for the fine words on my 200's
Jan


Mitakiuye Oyasin " All My Relations"
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Flash

Thanks for the idea, I've already aked him. no luck,

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outlawmws
I have one that is dated Jan of 1985 - so close to 5 years of production?

Flash wrote:
Ok So I finally found one, a Coleman 519 heater.
Well here are the pics and all the information I have found over the last month.
-Made in Canada only
-Oldest known heater is 6-81
-Newest is 9-83
- Fount is the same size as a 321b same color also.


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Very nice work Scouterjan!  
 
Nice collection of 200's too!
 
I do love the big red eye of the Tilley. 
 
I was looking around for the 519 box and found it.   The heater that came in that box is the 2/81.   The box says new and is priced with what looks like a home hardware price sticker for 42.99.   So I think the first year of the production was 1981.   Until when...  I don't know.  1983/1984
 
Jeff

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