Norma 26 with tin

Discussion in 'Norma 26' started by Harder D. Soerensen, Mar 14, 2019.

  1. Harder D. Soerensen

    Harder D. Soerensen Denmark Subscriber

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    Found this old NORMA 26 - from what I can dig out, it is from around 1935-ish.

    At this time I have only cleaned the tank and the burner (including a new internal "wick" in the feeding tube). I might polish the brass a bit in order to let it reset a new glow - but I will leave the black parts as is. The windshield is a nice addition for a camping Alco-stove to be used under open skies.
    The stove is amazingly lightweight and it runs nice and hot and can keep tight without leaking during transport - I have used it for a walk in the woods, and it works great with a percolator. Very easy to control the heat.
    The key is similar to the old Juwel keys - and fits the Juwel 33-34-family fine.

    The only other Norma 26 I can find - is its sibling in the ref. gallery? Guess there are not to many around?

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  2. Fernando Alicea

    Fernando Alicea United States Subscriber

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    My friend
    That is beautiful
    Something I never see before.
    :thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup::thumbup:

    ///Fernando
     
  3. HunterStovie

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    Definitely an interesting design, congrats.

    Mike
     
  4. MrAlexxx

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    Oh that's cool! Great find RV. :)

    HV Alex