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salukispeed
A decent 139 minus globe or shade. But had fuel ( rug Yuck )and pressure and passes air. so cleaning might be all thats needed. Next a #9 stove I think???? everything turns and the tank is clean and the gen passes air well.the pump is soaking in Oil.    Then my unknown. Looks a tiny bit like a 243 or 200A for size but need help with ID. very clean looking inside the fount and a pack of silk-lites inside the globe, Will need a pump leather and the Pip will need work. 

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Bob
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bowenstudios
Valve wheel, collar, vent and pump look agm, maybe 3608, but it had a plated fount instead of painted. Atleast on terry marshes site, so maybe rebrand? Either way it's greatlooking, and if it doesnt have stress cracks should be a good one. 
Congrats!
Mike
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arryk
Thats an agm 3608 or model 100, but it appears to have a fount different than those models under it.
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1hpycmpr
Nice haul, Bob and I really like that stove.  Appears to be a #9D.  Is there a decal lurking behind the tank?
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salukispeed
I searched the Coleman book and also seems a #9  but which one? The now stove works wonderful but the pump shaft is not right. It has a .040  hole drilled thru the shaft just above the leather cup back up nut and is not possible to pump it up properly but a compressor with 25 lb and a blow gun and alls well. Lots of critters and fuzz but scraped, Roded, Brushed , flushed  and thoroughly blown out and all works as it should. Pics tomorrow. No decal only a 1/4 inch scrap piece .. Will need a replacement pump shaft and then to decide to clean and repaint or as is operational.  Are decals available anywhere.I did not see any on OCP 
 
The Lantern disassembles a little like my other AGMs and had a pyrex-green sunrise globe so it needed to come home. The generator is missing the orifice/tip so I tried a tip from a 200.  and the pricker gear shaft is twisted off at the gear. I may run it without the pricker and some fine bronze wool for test. Can anyone ID the fount. it is steel and I do not recognize the decal. If I can ID the lamp I can ask in the classifieds for the proper parts.  The collar tag is missing. The fount dip tests good and I made a new Pip for the pump. and it checks out ok . 

Start cleaning out the 139 fount tomorrow. I hate old Rug!!!!!!
Thanks for the help so far

O ya. I did not intend to own a two burner stove  but somehow a nearly Ninety year old one just grabbed me. But I dont need any more. This one is enough Honestly!!! Once it is all fixed Properly  I will be good to go!!! 2- 502's a M1950 and a 530 is enough.
Bob
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Gasman64
Nice bunch of stuff, Bob; I especially like the stove.  I hope the camping was enjoyable, too.
Steve
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rob_pontius
I'm loving that stove Bob. Awesome finds.
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holliswood
Nice haul Bob!!! If I had to guess on the stove, I’d guess it’s a 9D. That’s just a guess though. Whatever model it is, I’m definitely looking forward to a money shot!! 
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salukispeed
I looked again and looks like you guys are right, 9D .  Thank you.  
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salukispeed
Money shot on the 9D and fettled RUG infested 139 with wrong shade from the weekends trip
Does anyone know why the PO would drill a .040 hole thru the pump shaft at the back up nut. It lets all the air pressure escape on each stroke. It works but very poorly. An Air compressor compensated nicely to about 18-20 lb. till I can find a proper replacement or fix it with solder
The hot blast lighting sequence is fun
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holliswood
Nice!!! Both look great. People do some weird stuff to their items lol! 
-Fred

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MrAlexxx
Yup HOT BLAST is a BLAST!
First time I wasn't sure what it was and once the jet engine noise started I was thinkin' might be time to run but I manned up and stood firm.  🙂   lol

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1hpycmpr
Nice money shots, Bob!  I think the hot blast startup is even more fun than lighting a 530.  🔥 
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