Corona stove Uruguay

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  1. Javerjayal

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    Corona heater dates from 1970 made of sheet metal.
    it was an economic line heater with several colors ... red yellow green blue
    made in Uruguay, finding a crown in conditions is strange because of the rust bites they suffer.


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  2. Ed Winskill

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    Very interesting models.
     
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    Me gustó el hornillo... Y las albóndigas! :content:
     
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    Si! El Hornillo, y las albondigas, Y Yo tambien!

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  5. Simes

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    Very neat functional stove. I was wondering what the price comparison would have been for an equivalent imported say Optimus brass.
     
  6. Javerjayal

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    optimus , primus , radius 120 USD a 100 USD . Corona 45 USD
     
  7. Simes

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    Thank you, they were clearly going to be cheaper, I was curious as to by how much.