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Ginge Kitchen stove

Discussion in 'Denmark' started by lanevitt, Nov 15, 2010.

  1. lanevitt United Kingdom

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    This stove was purchased for a few pounds, and was to be a donor stove, due to its very poor condition. prompted by CT's Ginge posting i cleaned it up and replaced all the seals. Mostly the steel frame had a long long go in the Electrolysis bath. There are no markings to indicate it is a Ginge, apart from the "Denmark" marking on the air bleed screw. Denmark only produced one make and the stove being identicle to Henriks it must be a Ginge. Its funny to not see any markings on the tank though.

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    Beautiful Andrew, could not have done it better myself. All the solder joints are near perfect :thumbup:

    Brew yourself a cup and take a bow holding your brew :lol:

    Ron
     
  3. Ian

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    Nice work, Andrew.
     
  4. Wim

    Wim Belgium Subscriber

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    Ok ok, so it's nice & all that, but Where Are The Flame Shots Andrew??? :lol: :lol: :lol:
    ;)
    Wim
     
  5. teletim United Kingdom

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    Fantastic job,well done.
     
  6. lanevitt United Kingdom

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    Yes i do agree where are the flame shots ???

    I will get my butt in gear and add some asap.

    I had a Towson and coxson stove that i cleaned and painted, put it on CCS then much later decided to take some flame shots.. This i did, they looked really good, But damned if i can find them on the laptop or the PC. !!!! :rage:

    Thanks for the posative comments chaps :)
     
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    Hi Andrew, very nice and good job! Did you use high heat paint on the frame?
     
  8. lanevitt United Kingdom

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    Hi Rick

    Thanks for that mate, the paint i used was a spray paint made for wood burning stoves !!
    I like it as it finnishes in a sheen look. Unlike other high heat paints like manifold and BBQ paints that are flat black.

    I gave it three coats with a trip in my dishwasher converted paint oven between coats.

    http://classiccampstoves.com/posts/113580
     
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  9. lanevitt United Kingdom

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    I aim to please Wim .... From warm up to full chuff. I hope you like them.

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  10. Rick b

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    Hi Andrew, looks great! Thanks.
     
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    Hi Andrew, you have fettled a lovely example of a range-style stove. I love the flame pattern.
    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
  12. Wim

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    Absolutely loverly!!! :D/ :D/ :D/

    All the best,

    Wim
     

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