ENDERS 9061 1965

Discussion in 'Enders' started by RUGBURN63, Sep 11, 2010.

  1. RUGBURN63

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  2. idahostoveguy

    idahostoveguy R.I.P.

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    You've got a really nice and clean version of that one! Wow. Looks like it is hardly used at all. The instructions are usually blackened from cooking or flame-ups. Nice.


    sam
     
  3. bajabum

    bajabum R.I.P.

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    That is a nice one!
    The wrench is missing, tho. It stores next to the spares tin.
     
  4. DAVE GIBSON

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    nice one..the NRV on mine has been a four year off and on project to get working..solid stove but too many fiddly bits.
     
  5. RUGBURN63

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    isn't that part of collecting stoves messing and fiddling with them.
     
  6. RonPH

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    Quite true :thumbup: fiddling and messing around with them

    Looks like your fired up stove does a good simmer :shock:

    Ron
     
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  7. nzmike

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    What a lovely lil stove! Sort of like a 41SP that got a bit confused. Sweet!