Here is a picture of a stove I attempted to restore recently. It is a Svea 1 - and the graphics on the tank are gorgeous. It had seen rough use through the years, with dents to the fount including a severe gash to the side, and resoldering around the fuel filler and even the burner head (!?). Generally, it looked as though it had been dragged behind a bus. When I received it someone had already tried to improve its' appearance by painting the legs and top trivet black - not authentic, but I must admit attractive. The real sin was that they had taken sandpaper to the tank - it was covered with deep scratches - no way to treat an old stove! Anyway, after much buffing I was able to get the stove to its' current condition... I was able to fire it up, but it kept losing pressure which led me to replace the gasket on the burner head (someone had installed a leather gasket) - that helped but it still lost pressure. It was then I discovered that it was incontinent! Felt moisture on the side of the fount, and sure enough, there was a hairline crack (not the one you can see but one radiating out from it). So I guess this one will just have to sit on the shelf - a shame really - and I will have to look for another one. But while I am rambling, I need to ask: Where do all the burner rings go? And, where does one find replacement parts for them? I now have several stoves (Including a Primus No. 2 which has a burner head on it large enough to heat a house!) with no burner rings. An email to Optimus USA yielded a loud silence. My guess is that the parts are not here in the US.