I'm not sure if it's a Canadian model. I've seen plenty of them (same model) at flea markets and they usually go for about $5-$20 depending on condition and completeness. The guts of this one were in rough shape and my plan wasn't to restore it any way as all of my Coleman camping equipment is propane.Ahhh, that's a Canuckistani only model I think. I've got a buddy to electrified a really rough 228J I gave him. He uses it on his radio desk.
I applaud you for not cutting it up. I've never seen one like that before. That's pretty cool!Here's something I picked up with the intention of converting it to an ice cooled kegerator. In the end I just couldn't bring myself to cutting a hole in the door for a tap handle so I went with something else. I believe it's from the '60s. It's complete and in great original condition. I'm trying to find someone that could use it for a vintage trailer.
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I never could get the cat heater I had to run. Eventually sold it to a guy who collects them for what I had in it. (Not much)Have 2 or 3 stoves 2 or 3 lanterns and one catheater