M-1942 WWII US 1944 Aladdin Mountain Stove

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  1. KZ900

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    Thought I would share some pictures of this Stove for the forum. Before I pass it on. If anyone would like additional angles or specific pictures feel free to ask. I have posted pictures of the decals also which might be helpful to someone restoring one.

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    This picture shows the pot holder that was used on the Wheel Model from 1943 so I am assuming this was an early 1944 before they were changed.

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    Even the Aladdin Date Imprint is different on this Model.

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    Very nice.
     
  5. Harder D. Soerensen

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    Wow - what a beauty =P~
     
  6. KZ900

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    I've got one of those, tends to blow itself out, had it apart twice, no love... yet.
     
  8. Scot Shermer United States

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    Here is mine, finally after 4 years torn apart on the bench for refurbishing. The part I'm in most dire need of is the cup on the pump since the one on mine is totally soft and floppy. Is this a part that is available anywhere?

    I love old camping stoves and this one is a beauty...it's been heavily used which makes me happy...I would love to bring it back to life.

    Any sources of parts on this that are available would be great to have.

    /R

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  9. Haggis

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    Very nice,,, very nice indeed!

    I have one of those cook sets,,, only missing the all important stove...


    Your’s is a very nice stove...
     
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    Then you're in the right place! Welcome to CCS.
     
  11. William Ritchie

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    KZ900 Thats about as clean and pristine example of this set I have ever seen , A true time capsule . WJR
     
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    M1950 & M1942 Pump Leather - The Fettlebox