Primus No. 51 1947

Discussion in 'Primus No:51' started by topgrunt, Jul 9, 2011.

  1. topgrunt

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    Lovely "discus" stove :thumbup: Nicely cleaned up likwise.

    Ron
     
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    Hi Jim

    Nice resto job, well done 8) :clap: 8) :clap: 8) :clap: :thumbup: very nice gratuitious flame shot :mrgreen: 8) 8)

    Strange to think :-k that those legs made in a little workshop in rural Norfolk are now sunning themselves in California :shock: :D 8)

    Best regards Stu :thumbup: .
     
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    Superb restoration, beautiful flame!

    Yonadav
     
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    Fine job, lovely stove! :thumbup: Another one saved from entropy!
     
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    nice! that stove will make some good chow for sure!
     
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    Hello Jim.
    whisper to me your polishing secret method :mrgreen: haha
    thanks your sharing Jim.

    Gunsoo
     
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    Hi Stu. amazing polishing technic. :clap:
    i will try do that.
    thanks Stu.

    Gunsoo
     
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    Hi Guy's, Thanks for the comments on my labor of love. The tank lid seal, NRV pip, Heat resistant washers came from Spiritburner and those excellent looking legs came from Stu.
     
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    Hi Guys, I made a slight error. Kerophile provided the Heat resistant washers, I think the heat was getting to me (lol).
     
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    I need instructions for a 1947 model 51
     
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