200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

salukispeed
Ok I found a SkelGas water heater near galena IL but decided not to buy as it appeared to be fired with something besides White gas and had no burner or any way to add one Likely some sort of Natural gas burner. It could still be had by someone if they just got to have one. I struggle leaving it there but already spent my allowance on Aladdin's. Pm Me if it really interests someone Sorry for the sideways pics. I never loaded pics from my phone.



1920s Water Heater (1).jpg  1920s Water Heater (2).jpg 

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salukispeed
It would have followed me home if it was Fuel fired.  . It is about 3 hrs away ,
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mgmlvks
Nice one!  Is it set up for this or is the base shortened?

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I would have bought that!
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salukispeed
Once the front is closed the bottom is pretty much closed and not nearly as deep as yours. So I didnt see any where for the burner to sit. It may have had a base where most of the mechanical s would be and only the burner coming thru the hole???
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Chucker
Looks like someone pulled the burner. 
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