Greetings, All, I have had an old PW stove for several years, and found it at a swap meet in San Diego, for just a few bucks, $20, if memory serves. After recent discussions with coleman413C (Joe Pagan), I believe that it dates to the 1922-1924 period, and as I've never seen another like it, think it might be somewhat on the rare side. It measures 16" wide x 5 1/4" high x 10 1/2" deep, and it's burners are 1 7/8" across at the widest part. The tank is on the left side and has a pressure gauge, and it has legs that are removable and slide into slots on the bottom of the case. Both cast iron burners are connected by a curved tube, and the regulating key is like a clock or skate key, with a hex hole in the center of the flat handle, and connects to the two regulating spindles, both of which are side by side by side and in the front/left of the stove. At some time in the past, some idiot painted the entire stove, fuel tank (which might be brass), instructions, and all, in a "coleman-looking" (but not really) green paint. But, even though it's dirty, and in need of restoration, I want to undertake this task, and bring it back to life. It came with it's key, which is on a chain, a funnel, the four legs, and a pump, which is the wrong pump for the stove, but it is missing it's fuel cap. I have taken some photos of the stove, and am posting them here, so you all can see what I have found. I also saw the photo of a stove that looks similar to mine, on Terry Marsh's fine site, and one here at CCS, belonging to Idahostoveguy (Sam), which looks very similar to mine, but I think his is a tad older, by a few years. In any case, here is how mine is labeled on it's front plate: - Prentiss Wabers - Manufacturer - Auto Kamp Kook Kits - Wisconsin Rapids, WI Can't see much else, as the label needs some cleaning, and a new background paint job. and, after all that, here are the photos, which I will let speak for themselves. Well, there you have it, folks. The stove, whilst quite filthy, is in very good condition, and is solidly built. After my discussions with Joe, I believe that the original color was something akin to dark mahogany brown, but am still looking for more info on that. I will add new photos as work begins on this old PW Model 2. Thanks for checking out my stove, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc Mark P.S. The "church key" resting on top of this stove in one of the photos, was found inside the case when I bought it. It was obviously left there by some subsequent owner of this stove, and it's fun to have. I shall "restore" that, too, as it's rusty on one side, and use it in good health!