a new burner would be the way to go I agree.
I have a couple I bought a few years ago when
they were "cheap" on Ebay.
i'll make that a project and...
I had my Butterfly out the other day.i'm going thru my collection to work
out which one's i'll take on some short camping trips for photo shoots....
when you make your old camps please post the photos.
I would say let the classic's be the classic's as we here at
ccs know them.newer coleman type one burners from the 50's thru 60's or so
we will want to see shots of that stove accumulation !!
as a old scout from the 50's I love this stuff.
I have around someplace two jon-e and the belt that holds them
against your kidneys.i guess the blood flow around there helps
keep you warmer.the...
great post Mark,it took me a cup and a half of coffee to get thru it!
you may want to start by finding out what sort of stove use they had in your part of Canada.
i'm in Minnesota which I have called ax and saw...
I would say i'll drive out tomorrow if your just a hour or so from Mpls.
Steve1989MRE needs to see this!!
needless to say but something just like this would be snapped up by the outdoor gang and survival preppers.
I always associate the yellowish color with an anti bug light.
no shops like that around me.i'll have to wait until spring when the yard sales
start up again.maybe i'll get lucky on alley finds when people...
i'm going over to Ebay!!..be right back---
great buy made even better by the fact that you lite it right up.
sometimes silent burners are tricky with under burning or just fouled up.
great find and a wonderful post but you need to nail a hunk of plywood
on the railing you always show you finds before they go over the edge!
I had mine resting on bricks with bricks around it and lots of foil.
it was a cold thanksgiving day.
that's a nice compact little oven that looks like it seals up tight.
my coleman has so many hinges and flaps that I need foil to keep the heat...
yes! and put it in a glass box on the living room table.
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