coal-cooker wrote:Well it's home. I had to remove everything that was removable to lighten it up. Three of us removed it from a basement where it had been sitting for the last ten or twelve years. I rented a large appliance dolly from UHAUL (best $10 I ever spent) and it rolled real easy. No issues, no hernias. Now to start cleaning it up for next winter. Needs new bricks, gaskets and new panes in the door, but other than that it is solid.
Real nice looking stove. If I had found something that good used, in my area, I would have bought it.
Should work out real well for you. Keep us posted whenever you get to fire it up.