After learning about the benefits of burning coal by reading this forum for about a year, my wife brought home from a garage sale an Atlantic Kitchen Heater model 121 manufactured by the Portland Stove Foundry. The stove has a white rectangular cabinet and 2 round cooking plates on top. I completely disassembled, cleaned, reassembled, and applied stove cement to all firebox joints. The stove appears to be in very good condition. My questions concern the wisdom of installing this stove in the living room and having a try at burning coal this winter. I imagine a through the wall installation using Selkirk Superpro Pipe going up 17 feet. My local DS machine dealer priced out the pipe close to $2000. Does anyone have knowledge of this stove, its output and use? Is this plan wise or should I wait until I can afford a new stove?