Came across a $10 item at the flea market yesterday. Of course it was a Coleman suitcase, but it looked larger than the 425s in my garage. The shipping tape was still applied to the stove, but a quick look at the front left showed a Model 413G. No rust whatsoever on the outside. Quite clean. All that was missing was the box. Opening the case top revealed an unused stove, still in its cardboard packing and including the display manual, repair depot listings and advert for using Coleman fuel. A little rust on the generator, but a quick look in the tank reveal a pristine surface! The tank has a plain red knob, almost like the red knob on the 200A lantern, albeit with no instruction plate (i thought this somewhat curious - although the 425s have an embossed '' on their black knobs). The tank's tab shows the month/day of manufacture. And there was a month and day on the bottom of the suitcase. Both made in the same cold months in Kansas, I assume? Now begs the question: Fire it up? I'm no Coleman collector, and have no stomach for developing yet another obsessive hobby. However, from what I have been able to glean from the experienced hands here on CCS, the 413G is a much better stove for the Coleman oven, and has a larger tank than the 425 series. I also like the look of the grate on the 413. In that light, I guess this would be the stove to hang on to, versus the 425? I only need one suitcase, honestly. The other 425s I have are also in very good shape. Anyhow, I just thought I'd share this find with all of you who have been so kind in sharing your treasures on this site.