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AGM SPEEDIKOOK 6906

Discussion in 'AGM - American Gas machine' started by Etherman, Oct 2, 2015.

  1. Etherman

    Etherman United States Subscriber

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    Hello. Looking for information and missing parts to complete this stove.

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    G,,day and welcome .
    a Coleman 500 fairly early . it will have a date on it .
    from that photo , it appears to be complete

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  3. z1ulike

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    Looks to me like an AMG Speedicook 6206 like this one from the Reference Gallery http://tinyurl.com/pftlgzd.

    I'm sorry I don't have any further information or access to parts.

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  4. Etherman

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    Looks very much like a Coleman 500. Although its nearly identical to an AGM 6206. Differences being a maroon painted, versus nickel plated fount. I'm missing the instruction tag skirt and possibly a burner windscreen. I have only seen one other photo of a 6906 so not entirely sure what I'm missing. I will add a better photo and a flame shot.
     
  5. scouterjan

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    I say a hybrid. Those AGM fonts are prone to stress cracks, looks like a Coleman 500 font, burner plate and possiblly valve assy with an AGM burner assy
    Jan
     
  6. Etherman

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    Hello Jan

    This looks much like a Coleman. I can guarantee it is a American Gas Machine 6906.

    Respecfully
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    thats interesting, never seen 1 stamped like that. Looks like its burning great
     

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