200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

onerednek
So I have a bunch of questions about this it looks like it has an alcohol preheater cup can I assume it runs on kerosene? Also is it worth collecting or just a good boat anchor and where would a guy find parts for these? 
DBouch
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Banjoman
Man that’s a serious smelter
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Gasman64
I'm guessing it's kerosene, Donald.  Is there any kind of smell in the tank? Old fuel of either type could be difficult to know after a long time, but taking a short whiff is what I'd do.
As for keeping and restoring it, that's entirely up to you; it is a nice old GPA, after all.  Once you have it making fire, you'll probably enjoy it.
Steve
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onerednek
Gasman64 wrote:
I'm guessing it's kerosene, Donald.  Is there any kind of smell in the tank? Old fuel of either type could be difficult to know after a long time, but taking a short whiff is what I'd do.
As for keeping and restoring it, that's entirely up to you; it is a nice old GPA, after all.  Once you have it making fire, you'll probably enjoy it.
i haven’t played with it yet, too many other projects going. The fuel lid is pretty tight, so will need tools to inspect. 
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Chucker
If parts are needed you may be able to fab a few things like copper tubing and anything needing silver soldering repair. Gaskets should be easy enough to find or fab. 

I'd say a second plumbers furnace of the same make/model is your best bet for parts. 
Chuck
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