200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.
Heartstarter
I never find these in my area, ever but My son-in-law and daughter hit a local salvage shop and found this one and I love it!. It was rough as a cobb but but purred like a kitten with no work at all, just fuel. Thats why I love these things, they are nearly bullet proof. My first attempt at cleaning and painting a 500 but I was happy with it. I didn't polish the brass, just steel wooled it because I like the patina but when I put it back together I think it would look better with the brass polished. Live and learn    Click image for larger version - Name: before 500.jpg, Views: 113, Size: 106.36 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 500.jpg, Views: 110, Size: 89.53 KB
Ray Jones

Never try to teach a pig to sing.
Its a waste of your time
and it annoys the pig. 

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hhampo
I think my mom sent me pics of this. It came from downtown macon? (Second street salvage, i think)
hampton harbin
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BSAGuy
Looks good from here.  Nice stove and well fettled.
- Courtenay
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Heartstarter
Yes sir, 7th street salvage.
Ray Jones

Never try to teach a pig to sing.
Its a waste of your time
and it annoys the pig. 

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hhampo
Couldnt remember for sure. Glad someone on the forum got it. I already had one.
hampton harbin
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Gunhippie
Very nice!

Fortunately, removing the valve and gen is simple enough. I like mine polished. Shiny goes well with shiny.

Now cook something on it... best stove Coleman made!
It's priceless until someone puts a price on it.
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Timm--Middle of nowhere, near the end of the road, Oregon.
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