Coleman 950 Range.

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  1. Randy Field

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    Here is a bit of eye candy from a Coleman Range I picked up this morning. Doesn’t seem to be a whole lot of info here or even online. I will post up some more images later when I have time to fettle.
    cheers,
    Randy
     

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  2. Doc Mark

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    Howdy, @Randy Field ,

    Randy, that's a really cool old Coleman!! Don't know the dates that this one was sold, but with the clock included, it is a bit later than more rangers I've seen, I'm guessing. (Oops, I saw the 1936 date in the brochure! VERY cool!) An excellent find, and I look forward to hearing about how a fettle goes for you!! Well done, and thanks for sharing!! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  3. Randy Field

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    Thank you Doc. Here are a few more pics once I unloaded it from the truck.
     

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    Pretty neat Randy. Lots of work to get that all cleaned up.
    Duane
     
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    Didn't know Coleman even made anything like that. Cool stove. :thumbup:
     
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    That'd be a hit at the old campground!
     
  7. Randy Field

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    Thank you Doc. Here are a few more pics once I unloaded it from the truck.
    375 Lbs of a hit. Lol. It’s a beast.
     
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    I'm sure if you take the draws out, it's much more manageable ;) Or alternatively the Air National Guard helicopters could use it for sling load training.

    "You call that a stove? This is a stove, mate!"

    One assumes you're a Bachelor, correct?
     
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  9. Randy Field

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    I may be a bachelor after this all pans out. Lol.