New unused Enders 9063

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  1. topgrunt

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    Wow, that's a sweet 'baby'.
     
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    To burn or not to burn....that is the question.
     
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    I'd say "Burn, baby! Burn!" (After all, that is what it was designed to do. :-)
     
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    No burn.
    Buy a fired one and burn it. There aren't many unfired left.
     
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    topgrunt,
    Wow, > complete > NOS in box...
    that is the best 9063 example I'm aware of, it is an excellent reference post. I Thank You.
    My hunch is all Enders 9063s were made in Germany, I dunno if/when they ended production in Germany.
    There are Enders camping stoves being sold today, made in China I thought I read.
    The website exploits the Enders (German-made) reputation: "Over the last 50 years, Enders camping cookers have been [in use] ...building for harshest conditions... we [use] best materials, insist on optimal functionality and strict safety. ...require: absolute reliability."

    Ok, nice pitch except it's been over the last 65 years, at least. We have 1952 & 83 catalogs (might that help to bookend a production run of the Baby?).

    I'm very appreciative of what you have shared. If it is easy enough to do, a closer look of box label & instructions would exceed expectation.

    Instructions are German. The multi-language text on the cover does not include German Benzinkocher, I thought it odd and hadn't noticed it before. thx omc
    tag @topgrunt
     
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