Coleman 522 single burner

Discussion in 'Military' started by scouterjan, Oct 9, 2015.

  1. scouterjan

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    picked this up at a gathering, poor thing must have been in a fire, also pot rests are not original, after some fettling. Might add a pre heat cup and make proper looking pot rests. Looking for a decal.

    Jan

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  2. idahostoveguy

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    Nice transformation Jan. Is that the 10,000 BTU burner?

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  3. scouterjan

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    Hi Sam, yes it is. I am back cause its easier to post pictures now. Have added several new stoves, will be posting them over the new few days. How you been?
    Jan
     
  4. idahostoveguy

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    Been super busy at work, which is a good problem. I'll go chase down your posts. This should be good.


    Sam
     
  5. Gary w.Allen

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    What color paint do you use ?
     
  6. gusto United States

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    I found this one at a local flea market awhile back. I think these were only manufactured for US military during WWII. They are a blast to light up and roar like a jet engine.

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