Found a Primus 210

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  1. Migwar Lebanon

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    I was in a Sunday market today and I spotted a Primus 210, and I didn't hesitate to buy it. Assessing it preliminary first (Minor: lots of greasy things and dirt on it and the pump seal totally dry and ruined and the pump tube is dirty but the NRV looks clean to the eye) I will give it a bath, replace the pump seal and will launch it later. Below are some pictures. I think it is a 1957, concluded that by referring to the number on one of its legs. Below are some pictures for the stove as is at the moment. 20210801_173456.jpg 20210801_175303.jpg 20210801_173734.jpg 20210801_175910.jpg 20210801_173139.jpg 20210801_175035.jpg 20210801_173151.jpg 20210801_175045.jpg 20210801_175052.jpg 20210801_175324.jpg 20210801_175419.jpg 20210801_173623.jpg 20210801_173700.jpg 20210801_184722.jpg
     

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    Good condition! One of my favourites!
    Ciao, Bastian
     
  3. Migwar Lebanon

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    Below are some fresh pictures after that I've done the preliminary cleaning and the first testing. To note, I've used the pump piston from the standard 296, it turned out that it fits perfectly the Primus 210. 20210801_214658.jpg 20210801_214650.jpg 20210801_214728.jpg 20210801_215351.jpg 20210801_215355.jpg
     
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    Hi @Migwar You have a nice Pr210 stove there, in very good condition.

    You can buy a pump piston for your “new” Pr.210 stove.

    Best Regards,
    Kerophile.
     
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    A good find and should clean up nicely, Migwar :thumbup:
     
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    Love them too.
    Nice flame !!!!
     
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    They are fantastic stoves great find
     
  8. Migwar Lebanon

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    Thank you all, will post some pictures after total rehab as final reporting. @kerophile thanks for your comment, in fact I have the genuine piston, just waiting to receive the pump seal only as the existing is dry and ruined. Regards, Migwar
     
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    Nice one. The ideal size stove IMHO
     
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    Nice and cool! Show us later with the flame shot!
    btw, Now all is going well in Lebanon? I've heard that the society has big crisis. Hope all is well.
     
  11. Migwar Lebanon

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    Thanks all again for advices and comments. Will be sharing some more pictures later for sure.
    @Yun124 , Yes the situation is not good and there is a big crisis. We hope things will be better soon. Many thanks for your wishes.