Found a Coleman 415C at a local shop yesterday...was not going to buy another suitcase Coleman. Although not unheard of, this one, unlike those 415C's in the reference gallery has the cast iron burner assembly. This is a first for me. Given that the 415C stoves in the reference gallery have the pressed burner assemblies, it makes me wonder if this model of stove was when Coleman transitioned their two-burner stoves from cast iron to pressed burner assemblies? I suspect that some Coleman stove experts will weigh in on this thought. Stove only has surface rust. Tank had almost no internal rust. Did the basic overhaul of the stove and it works like a champ. Does not look like it was used much. Features that I find interesting are: legs that pivot around to secure lid (not a great design because the point where legs are secured for use extend out from front of case), towel drying rack, fuel tank painted brown, extra long side wind screens, and in interesting hinge arrangement for the lid and grate securement that does not allow for removal. Given that the rust issue is not major and that I live in a very dry climate, I am going to leave the case in its found condition. I am really impressed with the quality of the cast burner assembly. Here are some pictures. Burner assembly without burner plates. Burner plates (three cast iron), separated and stacked. Top view. Tea test at 9 degrees F with a stiff breeze and snowing. Both burners work as they should .Note the towel rack.