Jiffykook #15 circa 1930s

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  1. Doug L

    Doug L Subscriber

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    I had this on my wish list for a while and got lucky a few weeks back.Thought I would share it.

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    This one has a replacement grill but all the other parts seem to be correct.

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    AGM made a # 18 and a # 15 and they had round and square burners.

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    This catalog did not come with my stove it was taken from the internet.

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    Thanks for looking.
     
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    Ah, you made it on here with that Jiffykook, Doug.

    Lovely post and renovation work.

    That's an amazing flame from the slit burner.

    John
     
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    That stove is nicely 'purtified'! good job! And, did it cook in a 'jiffy'? :)

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    I love it! Nice score, and a nice resto besides. :clap:
     
  6. DAVE GIBSON

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    Super job on the restoration. It looks like it was meant as a cooker and not a lead melter. On stoves that big I would say its not common.
     
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    Very Nice. These sure do fire up quick. My #18 was ready to use in a mere few minutes