Greetings all, forgive me if this isn't the right forum, but given that the unit is in Connecticut (near Middletown to be specific), I figured this was the right place.
I'm looking to sell my Coal Gun S130 stoker boiler, and it seems like this is the most popular board for coal heating related communities. I bought my current house with an S130 already installed, used it for two seasons (worked extremely well) however I have a herniated disc, so lifting bags of coal is out of the question for me anymore. I have already swapped out the unit, so it is freestanding right now, I'm just looking sell it to someone else who would use it, rather than just having the dump come collect it. I had in my head $5000 OBO, (I saw a link that they were selling for $7000 new), but since I am completely in the dark here with regards to selling a coal furnace, I have no idea if that's outrageous or fair starting price, so forgive me if it's on the outrageous side.
The following information I got directly from the manufacturer regarding the unit:
The serial number for the unit is 182011A2250 NON-CODE. The NON-CODE means (per the original manufacturer), that it lacks the ASME "H" stamp, so it may limit the boiler permitting possibilities for some applications. The unit was built in 2011 and installed in my house in 2012. The unit does not come with a warranty as it's only provided to the original owner.
Here is a link with pictures of the unit when it was installed: http://imgur.com/a/PlpVU
Shipping is obviously a no-go given the weight of the machine, so would have to be local pickup. PM me if you have any private questions.