200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

cougar69351w
Just snagged this for $2 over the going rate. Anyone know much about this model? I glanced at Terry's site, but there doesn't seem to be much info our there beyond that. Unfortunately, it seems as if someone painted it black at some point, and its missing one of its legs.

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Tgarner01
Nice score👍 that's my favorite style Coleman burner assembly
Toby Garner
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Majicwrench
Nice.  I am such a stovie.
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StanDahl
This one is an odd one, as far as fitting it into Coleman history. As far as I know it wasn't in catalogs, but it does appear in the 1937 & '39 parts lists along with the 2B and 9B, indicating that they share the same parts. However, they are brown (although almost every one I have seen has been repainted, including mine), and the 1937 2B/9B stoves are green. Brown is a pre-1936 color, and green is a 1936 and beyond color. It's almost as if there were some leftover brown cases and they stuffed them with 9B parts and called it a "9A". 

Luckily, the green paint on mine (mostly) came off with a lot of acetone and elbow grease. 
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Then there's the matter of the 2B/9B coming after the 2H/9H, but that another odd topic altogether. 
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cougar69351w
StanDahl wrote:
This one is an odd one, as far as fitting it into Coleman history. As far as I know it wasn't in catalogs, but it does appear in the 1937 & '39 parts lists along with the 2B and 9B, indicating that they share the same parts. However, they are brown (although almost every one I have seen has been repainted, including mine), and the 1937 2B/9B stoves are green. Brown is a pre-1936 color, and green is a 1936 and beyond color. It's almost as if there were some leftover brown cases and they stuffed them with 9B parts and called it a "9A". 

Luckily, the green paint on mine (mostly) came off with a lot of acetone and elbow grease. 

Then there's the matter of the 2B/9B coming after the 2H/9H, but that another odd topic altogether. 



Exactly the kind of info I was after! Thank you so much! Hmm, so you think maybe some acetone might get that layer of black paint off? It seems kind of thick unfortunately. Also, to find a new leg to replace the missing one...
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BSAGuy
Nice stove.  What is "the going rate?"
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cougar69351w
BSAGuy wrote:
Nice stove.  What is "the going rate?"


"$8" is the going rate.
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salukispeed
Thats nice find
Bob
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MartyJ
Nice stove.  It will be worth the restore.  Such and odd and rare stove.  It is a good thing they left the decal or you would have had a hard identifying it for what it is.
Marty
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Tgarner01
Do these style burners have a style name or designation? I've always liked the looks of the cast burner with Coleman embossed in-between the burners. I see several stove variations with this style burner on Marsh's website. I'm trying not to be a suitcase stovie, but that cast iron is hard to resist...
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holliswood
Beautiful stove and here’s the proverbial “you suck!!” 😆
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StanDahl
Tgarner01 wrote:
Do these style burners have a style name or designation? I've always liked the looks of the cast burner with Coleman embossed in-between the burners.
Coleman referred to them early on as "High Power Wind Proof Burners", and then later just "...made of cast iron". I call them "slotted" cast iron burners to differentiate them from the earlier "toothed" cast iron burner caps whenever I describe them (My Favorite Stove This Week on the ICCC site). There were two basic sizes, large for the 3H, 418 and 413B stoves and smaller, for the 4F, 6F, etc. 
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Tgarner01
StanDahl wrote:
Coleman referred to them early on as "High Power Wind Proof Burners", and then later just "...made of cast iron". I call them "slotted" cast iron burners to differentiate them from the earlier "toothed" cast iron burner caps whenever I describe them (My Favorite Stove This Week on the ICCC site). There were two basic sizes, large for the 3H, 418 and 413B stoves and smaller, for the 4F, 6F, etc. 

Thanks John, I will be in the market for an example one of these days. Would go good with my 2E ðŸ˜
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Gasman64
Nice stove you just got, Joshua; looks like it's in good shape, overall.
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Scouterjan
Now that's interesting.  When I first saw it I thought it was a frankie with a more modern tank. Learn something new everyday
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"$8" is the going rate.


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