Enders #100/9068

Discussion in 'Enders' started by Doc Mark, Jun 13, 2020.

  1. Doc Mark

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    Greetings, All,

    Some years back, I bought a very nice Enders #100/9068 stove from a good friend, and fellow Stovie. Unfortunately, it got packed away, and shuffled down into the blackness of the Hobbit Hole. Though I thought of it, as the years passed, I simply could not recall in what box it was safely waiting for me!! SHEESH!!

    Fast forward to recently, and VOILA, I came upon that box, and in it, along with several other #100 stoves, was my Enders!! Sweet Bride and I went camping this week, and I took along that Enders stove, to see if I could fettle it back to life! So, here it is, finally.

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    Fettling consisted of the usually stuff: new NRV, new fuel cap gasket, and replacement of the pump bucket leather.

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    I am chuffed with the performance of this neat Enders #100! I love the fact that it has both caps, as well as all the other goodies that came with it, when it was made. I'm not sure of a date of manufacture, but it's not too old. Maybe 1950's - 1970's? Any thoughts, Gentlemen and Ladies?

    Thanks for checking it out, and as I fettled other stoves at our campout, I'll be posting them, too, along with a report of how our respite in the woods turned out! Take care, and God Bless!

    Every Good Wish,
    Doc
     
  2. Robert Bruce

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    The Enders is a lovely stove Doc, complete too. Thanks for sharing.
    Looking forward to pics of your camping in the woods. Take care.
    Cheers
    Rob
     
  3. The Warrior

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    Nice looking stove Doc. Hope you and your wife had a great time out.
     
  4. Metropolitantrout

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    Shame on you for waiting to unpack such a unique stove Doc! [-X
    Matching Enders engraved flame speaker and silent cap. Very nice! Jerry
     
  5. JP2

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    Thanks for sharing
     
  6. Ed Winskill

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    And simple in design for an Enders!
     
  7. Haggis

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    Lovely stove, and a great re-find...
     
  8. ajvuik

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    Nice looking stove indeed. Good to see it fettled and should be used more often. ;):lol: