Primus No .7 - 1925

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  1. Admin

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    The outer burner hood was missing.
    Cobbled one up from the parts of an old blow torch.


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    Hello Ian.

    That is a lovely old stove.
    You have managed a fine fettle with making that burner hood - it looks great.
    Of course I love these old large stoves. In case readers do not know, it has a 6 pint (3.5 litre) tank which is the same as a No.3.
    Yet again Ian, you have also got the large 'pretty' Primus cast iron pan ring - rare as hens teeth!