First day of the big swap meet this year didn't let me down, supplying my first non-Coleman suitcase stove. Overview, rough shape, dirty and rusty. 1940's vintage? At this point I was quite scared of what I may find, as the scent of stale gasoline started filling the car on the way home. Pump cup restored with just some oil and flexing. Pump bore clean. NRV screw has some deformation to it, clearly it's been messed with before. Pricker coming out the end of the generator. Didn't grab a picture, but the fill cap came off just fine. Once opened, the fuel smelled like somewhat stale white gas. Stove is from the '40s, who knows how old the fuel is? The terrible stale gasoline smell turned out to be from the 520/530 I also brought home. THAT will be another story.......... Here it is, running on the fuel that it came with after only oiling the pump cup and some pressure/safety checks. Will need to study on the air bleed knob some more, somewhat rocky start. Still burning a little orange here. Second burner cranks up fine: The burners settled down and the orange mostly disappeared after getting good and hot, returning every so often. I imagine once I put fresh fuel in it, it'll do much better. Hmm, I seem to have a running stove out here on the patio, whatever should I do with it? I have an idea. Spot of orange flame visible again through the '52 Pyrex percolator. The orange eventually disappeared entirely and didn't return. The coffee was good. Time for cleaning, rust mitigation/stabilization, and fresh fuel. Also, I hadn't noticed it doing so, but by the end of coffee percing the pump rod had pushed itself out. I pushed it in again and watched it carefully. Could barely see it push itself out, less than an inch per minute. The NRV will need some attention as well. Will post follow ups as I get it sorted. Oh, and the offer for Mimosa seeds still stands.