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Discussion in 'Mystery Stoves' started by logen, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. logen

    logen Norway Subscriber

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    Hi people!
    Long time, no see. Bought a house and has been busy with that lately. But now I'm back on the horse kinda.

    Bought this monster last week. But I have no clue what it is. American-style burner. But the writing on the sign seems german. Brown enamel top. White gas or kerosene?

    Best regards,
    Vidar

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  2. presscall

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    Hi Vidar, great to have you back.

    I can’t help you with information about the stove, but it’s a heck of a thing to return to CCS with!

    John
     
  3. pau-i-amor

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    Nice.... monster! ;)

    IMO, it would burn white gas, but I'm not sure.
     
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    Hi Vidar

    Welcome back.

    I concur because I believe it does run on white gas or petrol.

    It looks like the preheater swings out so either white gas, petrol or denatured alcohol can be used for preheating.

    What a wonderful looking stove.
    I'm looking forward to seeing some flame shots.

    Cheers,

    Norman
     
  5. logen

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    Thanks, guys. Great to be back.

    It is big. I was suprised when I went to pick it up, the pic in the ad did not show the true size of it.

    I also think petrol. And yes, the preheater swings out. A realy nice feature.

    There must be missing som sort of detachable pump as there is no fixed pump on it. I unscrewed the center of the filler cap and filled it with my air compressor. The manometer worked and it held the air.

    Best regards,
    Vidar
     
  6. Tony Press

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    Welcome back!

    Tony
     
  7. shagratork

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    I bet the blue flame patterns look fantastic!