200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

ZRE2009
Has anyone else ever seen a stove case like this before? This is the first find of mine in a long time, found it on the US 127 garage sales that happen on a highway that stretches 690 miles from Michigan all the way to Alabama. Check it out here if you are in the area and want to find some possible good deals. 
http://www.127yardsale.com
Anyways this is the first time I have ever seen this type of canvas case for a stove. We did a quick search online and found it was possibly made in the early 60's. The canvas is dirty and it has a small hole in one of the corners where the stove sat. But other than that it is pretty nice for its age. The stove inside is a pretty nice 425C with a tank date code of "D63". I havent got a chance to fire it up yet but I will fettle with it tomorrow and see what is to come of it. Until then enjoy the photos of this 60's vintage camping relic...
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Zachary E.
Delphos, OH
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Barrett
As a Stovie I enjoyed seeing the camping relic 🙂
Nice score!
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
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mgmlvks
I've not seen one except on CCF - pretty interesting.
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1hpycmpr
I think someone posted one a couple of years ago and IIRC, it was for a 3-burner stove.  That is a great find, congrats!
Mark
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Flyboyfwa
That's  a nice case. Never seen one in the wild.
Andy
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rob_pontius
Hey Zack. Rubing had a few a while back. I don't know if he still has them or not. They would make a cool accessory for a suitcase stove.
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papa
I'm a stovie and I didn't know they existed. Now I want a couple... dozen.
But I only need about 3 or 4 of them to fit 3 burner stoves.
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Chucker
Yes, got one NIB a couple years ago. I found out they don't fit the Sears branded Coleman 3 burners (extra steel around the ends). They are still out there.

I use a zippered pillow case for my Sears now. 
Chuck
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74HARLEY
Nice find! I have a couple of those.
Joe
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StanDahl
They made one for each stove size, 426, 413 and 425. The reason they don't turn up often is that they only seem to have made them for one year - 1966. I've got a 425 size myself.
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Newfie
I've seen one for sale locally here in western Canada. I didn't bother with it because it was so expensive.

I remember OCP selling a NOS one a couple of years ago. I can't remember if it was for a 2 burner or 3 burner.
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My Name Is Earl
Wasnt some one making a reproduction here on this forum a few years ago?
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