Thanks, Keads. Big smile here.
What a bidder!
Ah, shucks, that's kristine.
Good job Stephen!
Nothing to it....thanks, my friend.
I never thought of a Coleman stove! But we have enough bottled gas stored to keep our well secured gas grill going.
A back up to a back up to a back up....thank you, sweet one.
Ha, I just sold a beat up stove just like that on ebay. I think you bought it. Will drop it off tomorrow.
Smart ass.....it better work too. Thanks, Bubba.
Good one buddy!!!!!!
Congrats on the "new" stove.
Thanks...now I need one more, or two if I find a garage sale or thrift store with a Coleman for sale. Take care, my friend.
Did you go in 'sniper' mode to get that grill?? What time do we all plan on coming over for dinner? :-) Congrats!
Hobo, my normal attack is to simply set a high bid where I feel comfortable with the payout. I'll never pay more than thirty dollars. You can only purchase a 425 Coleman stove from the Coleman website, new, and if I'm not mistaken, at a price of about eighty dollars plus shipping. Thanks, my friend. Oh, in stores the stove available use propane...not white gas.
I guess I should keep my lil Coleman stove till the price goes up more!
Keep it for its utility, not as an investment...thanks.
Oh and by the way, I talked to the owner of the stove and advised you changed your mailing address to an Oklahoma address. So I should get my new Coleman stove in a day or two, thanks!!!! Just teasing, enjoy your stove :-)
Sweet Sandy, if you want a stove, just ask...serious though, living as you do in tornado country you should have a couple stashed for emergencies. Thanks, my dear lady.
I actually have multiple sources in case of an emergency. Were prepared here :-)
Do these stoves run on gasoline too, or only the nifty "white gas?"
Anon, the newer, and to me, less desirable models indeed are dual fuel. They use white and unleaded gasoline...the older and better models only use white gas. White gasoline burns cleaner and doesn't 'gum' up the fuel line like unleaded gasoline. Thanks, and please, don't be a stranger.
Why less desirable? Just wondering.
Because, Anon, the unleaded gasoline tends to leave residue in the lines and eventually clogs them...it takes time but as this clogging takes place you'll notice the BTU's incrementally reduce to the point where it takes forever to boil a pot of water. White gas burns clean and hot. Thanks.
Those are great and the little burners that attach to the bottles are great back-ups, too and easy to store.
45er, very true. One must just remember to keep a bunch of those little LP tanks stocked deep. Thanks, my good friend.