Svea No:121L

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  1. Spiritburner

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    This is one of 3 stoves I brought back from Iceland in 2005, found in an antique shop in Reykjavik.

    The windshield, tin & spirit-can look like they were left at home while the stove was in use.

    This is the 'plain' 121L - no mention of 'Campus' on the tin.

    This one has the distinctive warble more common on a well-tuned 123, Music to the ears!

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  2. hikin_jim

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    A good looking stove. Everything seems to be in very good condition.

    HJ
     
  3. Sparky

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    Unkkkkkk having a brass attack!
     
  4. bajabum

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    Take two 123's and call the Doc in the morning...?
     
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    Can't do it Baja...those things give me heartburn..... :oops:
     
  6. bajabum

    bajabum R.I.P.

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    Just pop a couple of Turms...
     
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