Coleman US Gypsy stove

Discussion in 'Coleman No:10 Gypsy' started by hikerduane, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. hikerduane

    hikerduane Subscriber

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    Picked this up last year, runs very well as is, nice shape, burners really clean, rust on the shell. Runs nice low, second burner takes quite a bit from the main burner. Came with the pump shown. Bigger than a Optimus 22, Svea 123. What drew me to this were the neat wires that open the burners.
    Duane

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  2. shagratork

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    A very good acquisition, Duane.
    A very early Coleman stove. It looks to be in great condition.
    Yours appears to be identical to the 1927 Gypsy (N0.10) on Terry Marsh's site.
     
  3. hikerduane

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    HI Trevor, makes two Coleman stoves dated within a year or so I have, the other a 9C.
    Duane
     
  4. MrAlexxx

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    That's a beauty. I'd of grabbed it as well.
     
  5. hikerduane

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    I found out that I had beat out my good stovie friend Sam in Idaho for this.
    Duane
     
  6. MrAlexxx

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    If you beat out a stovie friend that even makes it better! lol