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Monitor No2 - 1939 ?

Discussion in 'Monitor' started by Admin, Oct 24, 2012.

  1. Admin

    Admin Courtesy of Iani

    Aug 22, 2008
    I am particularly pleased how this one has turned out, originally posted Here Picture 1, middle stove.
    I have replaced the bottom and the middle shelf, both were rotten. Rebuilt the bottom left hand corner.
    Thanks to Darren, for doing the folds for me, and especially to me,( ok I'm vain - but I am chuffed to punch ) for having the patience and perseverance for seeing it through, doing all the cutting, trimming and shaping.

    The smaller one on the last two pictures is also an early steel case.

    See Bryans No 2 and comment

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  2. Viscara United States

    Jul 8, 2011
    Absolutely fantastic restoration job done on them. I like that latch for the burner tube to lock the stove in place.