Greetings, My name is Tom and I have an unusual hobby of designing and building scooter cargo trailers. The trailers are small and can hold a single man tent, food, and a tiny single burner cooker. I am in the beginning stages of building an actual tear drop travel trailer to connect to the back of my 1962 Vespa motor scooter. The tear drop will be large enough to sleep in and will have an outdoor rear kitchen just like any other teardrop trailer. Every piece utilized on the trailer has to be unusual, artful, and vintage - *especially* the stove. In fact, the stove is a huge part of this. It will be used to make coffee, tea, and small meals while scooter camping. I've been researching portable stoves for days now and I'm hoping for some advice and suggestions. I want something single burner and square or rectangular...as opposed a circular shaped stove. I really like the Primus PT-1 and PT3. I know nothing about them except they are beautifully mechanical. What kind of fuel do they burn? Are they super reliable or do they require a lot of fussing or constant maintenance? The one's I'm seeing on eBay are around $100 and all of them are from sellers in the Ukraine...which makes me a bit nervous. PT-3 PT-1 The other one I like is the Pink Coleman 5402A. Also around $100 in nice condition. I understand that the fuel canisters are no longer avail...but found a gentleman that makes an adapter for modern fuel canisters to fit. He says he'll have the adapters for sale again in October. I am open to other suggestions for stoves. My budget is around $100. I don't want something typical. I'm looking for odd, unusual, off-beat. Hoping for something that is generally reliable. Below are pics of my Vespa, a 12" scale mock up of the camping trailer I'm about to build, plus several cargo trailers I've built for my other bikes.