Kolibri - Hungary

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  1. fantom_slobode

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    Dear stove collectors, I am new here so I need some help.
    Can anybody please identify this stove?

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  2. alanwenker

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    I don't know anything about this stove, but I love it. Thanks for posting.
     
  3. parramethtrol

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    i have no idea but if your the same fantom slobode with the ebay shop,then i will have to keep my eye on your sales for a while ;)
     
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  4. fantom_slobode

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    I am fantom_slobode that is selling on ebay. I have collection of stoves so I am selling them on ebay one by one. Hope that some of my buyers are on CCS.
     
  5. parramethtrol

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    hi fantom
    i haven't bought anything from you yet,but i have seen your stuff a few times up on auction,i thought i recognised the name when i saw it on here,
    welcome aboard, how about posting some pics of your collection as i doubt i/we have seen many from your part of the world,it would make a nice change to see some east European stuff

    Bill
     
  6. Lance

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    Fantom i know nothing about your stove but it sure is a beauty. Very pleasing to my eye.

    lance
     
  7. jorgen.r.svensson

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    Hi Fantom!
    So you got the same idea as me! You beat me to it, though.. ;)

    I have taken some pictures of my stove, but since it is identical to yours, I don't bother uploading them.. :D

    I was thinking that it may be missing a flame spreader, but I am not sure...The burner of this very nice little stove, is similar to e.g. Primus 71, but wider and more shallow. I have had mine disassembled, and the little valve to shut of the fuel between the tank and the burner is very neat! The burner is regulated and has a built in cleaning needle, which appears to be 'up' when the burner is closed...

    It is enamelled, and the tank adn burner parts are in brass.

    I like it alot!
    Thanks a lot for that stove, Fantom!

    BRs
    /Jörgen
     
  8. skeeves

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    Hello Jörgen

    Welcome aboard show us your stove we like picture's. :D

    I was doing a search for something else and I found this stove on a german website, with paperwork Link, which name's the stove as a Kolibri, and a link to Roland Guenter's website showing the burner cap with the name Ugur-San maker?

    I think it could be a hungarian stove??
    Hope that's some help.
     
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  9. RonPH

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    hi fantom, I'd love to get one for my collection, have you put one up on ebay? yup, its definitely missing the flame spreader. then again, one of berniedawg's specialty burners might just work.

    ron