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66 Indian creek loop
I saw this lamp at local swap meet. wish I'd taken a pic but it looked like a table lamp, definitly Coleman, had a big aluminum reflecter and a strange looking burner. The guy said it was a 1968 something.. It had a r55 gen so I don't think he knew much. anyway for $125 I passed. First one of these I've seen.I'm sure ya'll know what this is. anybody?
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bwperreault
I’m not seeing a picture 
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ISO 6-56, 7-88, and 2-91.  Found a 1-91, it may be as close as I get
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Gunhippie
Sounds like a "flounder light". Are you on the southern seaboard?
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66 Indian creek loop
naw. southwest Mo. I did'nt have a camera so there's no pic. The vendor said he won it in a E-bay bid war, probably why it was so high. also no telling where it really came from. the burner almost looks like the little Coleman LP heaters only 1930s? the fluted fount and handle were just like a table lamp. Just had a wierd burner and big round vertical reflector
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Colemannut
Sounds like you are describing a Model 480 Hot Ray heater.
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66 Indian creek loop
I did spy the small Coleman stamp on the side Believe it said Quick-lite. Had a screw in pump too.
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SteveRetherford
anything like this ? if so you may have passed up a prize :-)

just a web pic , this is missing the ceramic radiant

Image result for 480 hot ray coleman heater

 
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66 Indian creek loop
thats it, less the grill. thanks
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salukispeed
I might have one at my folks house and the ceramic radiant is also missing. Are they available from somewhere. 
Bob
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warren

salukispeed wrote:
I might have one at my folks house and the ceramic radiant is also missing. Are they available from somewhere. 


Get the stainless one from Ed Erb.   Great heaters.


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66 Indian creek loop
thanks for all the input. Now I know what they are I need to find the real value and not the e-bay asking price. I know we can't do that on this forum, so maybe talk to folks at gatherings and the like.I might hit some more swap meets and run across this vendor again. Thanks again
jack martinez
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Moses_Yoder
The real value is what you are willing to pay to own it. The price you stated is actually not far off of average. 
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