Pigeon gas cast iron stove

Discussion in 'France' started by optipri, Apr 29, 2019.

  1. optipri

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    I this earlier post I wrote that the stove was missing its pump when I bought it.
    To my surprice another Pigeon appeared just a few weeks later and it had the pump.
    Parts of the generator and control arrangements was missing but as I needed the pump I bought it.
    Once again to my surprice, I saw a similar stove on a French market place in very poor condition.
    But it has the missing parts so I bought that one too. To reduce shiping cost, it is a heavy piece, I got help from a collectors friend in France that disassembled it and sent me the missing parts only. Many thanks!
    So now I am a happy owner of two odd Pigeon stoves. Unfortunately still missing one pump :(
    Many parts are the same as on the camping model, mainly the cast iron frame is different.
    The grill on this was painted silver and I tried to remove it, without success. Has to be blastered I guess. So instead I tuned it up with heat resisting paint. But I prefer clean cast iron though.

    Bo

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  2. HunterStovie

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    Very Nice
     
  3. Fernando Alicea

    Fernando Alicea United States Subscriber

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    Very beautiful stove
     
  4. Marc

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    Love the green enamel. Beautiful stove, well done.