anthony7812 wrote:you rotten, robbed 'em blind didnt ya! Good Find!
NoNo... I gave her a few bucks and I made sure she did not have to lift or do anything. This stove is one of those smaller baseburners (I don't even know what kind it is yet), says Florence on the finial but I don't know
I do know it needs work on the base for sure (serious work as in a new casting), BUT... the grate, firepot, magazine, doors are in GREAT condition and the stove is small enough that all the parts will fit in my blast cab. I don't think anyone would have paid much for it because of the base (not the stand/feet, but the chamber under the ashpan area that is so cridical to these stoves). If it was not someone like me trying to save it, it would have been some knucklehead handing her $100.00 to use it for a planter or some shyt (I gave her what I truly believed its value "as is" was).
as soon as the sun rises and my son can help me unload it, I will post some pics and maybe we can figure out who makes it.