Coleman 501 12/61

Discussion in 'Coleman No:501' started by Rick b, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. Rick b

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    This was a gift from a new member,thank you grasshopper. The stove is in very good condition as well as the tin for its age.
    (My only shelf queen). Boom

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  2. idahostoveguy

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    Pretty nice Rick. It's in great shape for a 52-year old Coleman.

    sam
     
  3. Sparky

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    A lovely stove, I'm sure you'll get a bang out of it!
     
  4. Boston Terrior man

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    Boom!! too funny my 501 and 501A are both shelf queens. i finally tore one apart to see what was all the hype and why they are dangerous and yha i see why the 501 was quickly replaced by the 502 due to the position of the shut off valve.
     
  5. Haggis

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    Found this 12/61 501 a few weeks ago,,, It seems to have been used in its time, but it’ll be a shelf queen whilst it lives with me. I have plenty of other single burners anyway... Still an interesting watch fob anyway...

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