Nicework Anthony, it's looking great :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
Good to know it worked :thumbup:
Nice find, congratulations :thumbup:
It certainly looks like it has a good age to it.
Looks like a very nice die, now you need the corresponding tap. :)
This will fit most stoves that used the Primus thread on their burners...
Brass plated steel is quite common.
The way I read the sticker details the stove was manufactured between 1956 and 1960. This...
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I think most of us have done something similar.
I know I have.
A good write up on an unusual stove, Iain. :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
Very nice result. :thumbup::thumbup:
A good find,Daryl and always enjoyable to use :thumbup:
Congratulations Robert, It's cleaned up nicely. :thumbup:
Welcome to CCS @Hersteinn Pálsson
A nice little accessorie :thumbup:
A nice flame on a very useful stove. :thumbup::thumbup:
Welcome to CCS @JW Arthur
A nice bit of joinery work and the stove setup is well thought out. :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:
An interesting stove, Iain :thumbup:
A good detailed post on an interesting stove. :thumbup:
Welcome to CCS @Bill23
As Ed said, pictures help.
If it is one of these Primus All Round 2072
This 1964 catalogue lists the 2072...
Thanks John, what a wonderful and detailed writeup . :thumbup:
Nice work, Iain. :thumbup:
Welcome to CCS @Kall399
It's cleaned up nicely. Congratulations :thumbup:
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