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  • 68tintop
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    0D384B86-0237-43F9-838C-F8C8CF12132FI usually buy them at estate sales if they are not high priced. I think the last one I found was a 1955 200a with the OG Coleman sunrise globe. It’s sweet

    volksaddict
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    Some jackass renter left me with this dirty pig, and some other dirty crap too. Amazing the shit people buy, and a few months later just walk away from. 20200307_131345[1]

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    John Jones
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    So much waste… so much excess…  8-(

     

    Love all this coleman stuff..  Can’t wait to have some biscuits out of Audrey’s stove!!!!   Lets get some tile cut for that thing… 😎

    Von_hansel
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    Put some miles on the Coleman gear this past weekend. I am grateful to have all of this stuff laying around to take whenever we want to get up and go.

     

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    Rustabus
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    Awesome to see all that great gear getting used!!!! 🙂

    Franz
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    Strange 228d. Export? Military? Steel burners, black hat, eyelet vent nut, black band, and missing notch on the globe rest for the generator cleaner. Maybe somebody put sears parts on an older lantern?

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    mtnbus
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    Picked this up today.

    model 200A

    it should clean up nice

    Franz
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    That’s a good one Bubba, looks clean.

    I restored/custom painted the fount sand green on this 228e from 1956. Then added accessory pressure gauge and amber globe.

    I found this lantern at the Durango flee market back in 2015 when I had a broken neck.

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    BBWB
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    Looks nice Franz.

    I'm at the age where "fuck off", "fuck you", and "fuck it" answer most questions.

    mtnbus
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    Sweet !

    mine cleaned up nicely. Works well

    John Jones
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    I’m getting all old man with my going to bed early routine… It’s rare I make it past dark…. 😎  getting old sucks…  but camping and coleman stuff, ROCKS!

    Von_hansel
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    Strange 228d. Export? Military? Steel burners, black hat, eyelet vent nut, black band, and missing notch on the globe rest for the generator cleaner. Maybe somebody put sears parts on an older lantern? <noscript>4AC1FE57-9CEA-4E43-B392-5FFEA04BB040</noscript>3DD2950F-223A-4B90-89DC-0275840ACAC9<noscript></noscript>

     

    I like the look of this lantern!

    It looks to me that you have a Coleman 228D that someone painted the collar (Coleman didn’t make a black band 220/228) with a Sears Red and Black/ Blue and Black vent, a JC Higgins Globe, and a Coleman Quicklite burner frame. Either way, its still a rad lantern.

    Franz
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    Newest member of the family. Feb 1927, first of the green porcelain ventilator. Original mica globe and wing filler cap. 🤤

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    John Jones
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    can’t get enough Coleman!!!!!! 😎 Love that bigg ass pump!!!

    Rustabus
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    That one is Dope Franz!!!!!! How many do you have now?????? 😀

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