Tito Landi gasoline stove

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  1. Sellig33

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    Received today, it is complete, and it's a plated tank.
    Only a small cleaning of the tank, preheating and firing!
    The pictures now ...
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    That’s an interesting stove.


    Cheers

    Tony
     
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    @Sellig33 It’s good you have the original burner cap. I wonder if you could provide some close-up photos including the underside?

    Tito Landi variants

    Tito Landi burner

    An elegant concept, the application in Titi Landi lamps particularly so I think.

    John
     
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    @presscall
    I will take close-up photos.
    The 2 posts cited are for example? Or do I have to put my photos there?
     
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    I added those posts here just for reference, so if you could add your photos here it would add to the Tito Landi reference value of your post too. Thanks!
     
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    Ok @presscall i do !!!
    Give me some time :D
    The weather is not optimal for photos
     
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    Some other pictures...
    With an original pricker, and abestos on the burner :
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    I had one of those which I gave to Bart Meijer in the end - just to stop him blubbering all over my groundsheet. :roll:

    It steadfastly refused to light but we could have been using kerosene. That would explain it... ](*,)
     
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    very interesting stove. Ive never seen one until now
     
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    A wonderful looking stove with a good flame colour, congratulations :thumbup:
     
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    Thank you all for your comments !