Aymaró 96 (Argentina)

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  1. Tony Press

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    Here is an Aymaró 96, manufactured in Argentina.

    It has a lipstick vaporiser, and I'm not sure of the veracity of the "flame spreader" that was sitting atop the burner bell. Other than that it had all the appearances of a good quality 96.

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    I just noticed that there is a clip on YouTube of one of these burning:



    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    Beautifully preserved stove Tony!

    I reckon Argentina produced many interesting stoves that are yet to be found by members here. Did you find it on your trip through Argentina?

    I hardly think that part is the flame spreader is the correct one, but a Primus 96 spreader will most likely be a good replacement.

    I have a link to one here (by The flame of lantern & stove), which has a tin and a spirit can.

    Thank you for sharing,

    Frank
     
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  3. idahostoveguy

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    Very nice nickel stove!

    I was thinking that maybe the flame spreader would go upside down since it looks a little tall for the pot supports. Just a thought.


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    Catalg Aymaró No. 96

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  5. Tony Press

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    Thanks, @Primuseum

    That instruction card shows that this stove had a standard flame plate. The object sitting on top of the burner in the first photo is obviously unrelated to the original stove.

    Cheers

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    I shared the catalog that comes in the box of Aymaró No. 96 so you can observe that both the stove and the layout of the catalog is a "faithful copy" of Primus No. 96.
    Cheers,

    Primuseum