Please tell me which model of the Warm Morning stove was the best. Every car has a good years and bad years, as well as good models and bad models. I figure it would be the same for stoves as far as design changes and workmanship and materials, So far I have found there are at least 29 different models: #120, 520, 701A, 400, 528, 420A, 522, 24, 524 3flue, 521, 120, 414, 701B, 617, 523, 422, 818, 524 2flue, 700B, W24, 320, 428, 701, 618, 616, 460, 618, 500, 700
It would already be helpful if someone could tell me which of the above model numbers are the largest(and heaviest) models which hold the most coal.
After that, I would like to know which # of the largest model was the best design built with the best materials and workmanship. There seem to be a few lovers of Warm Morning coal stoves on this site. One of them had a #400.
This way when I search in ebay, craigs, classifieds and old barns, I will know which model # to look for.
P.S.I asked this question less clearly in another topic heading, so I won't mind if Richard wants to delete those others. I will do it myself, if I can figure out how to do it.