antique stoves? Hot Blast 77

lanternman Posted By lanternman, Nov 27, 2011 at 7:32 PM

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  1. lanternman

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    does anybody have any antique stoves?
    heres my florence "hot blast 77". its not hooked up, but i might do something with it someday.
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  2. Excavator

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    This is my work shed heat stove only used while I am there. Does not even come close to my Vermont Castings Encore but does work great in the work shop and free wood supply for me so why not.
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  3. Stephen in SoKY

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    There's an extensive thread on them right now over at nepacrossroads.com They're quite highly thought of as coal burners.
     
  4. Ponderosa Pyro

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    Hi Lanternman,I have a 153 Hot Air Blast Airtight Florence.My uncle in Chicago shipped it to me several years ago.I am thinking about using it in my garage in a house I'm building in the mtns.of Idaho.Uncle thought it would be better off in the Idaho mtns.than as a decorative piece in his kitchen in Chicago.The stove I'm going to put in the house is a Woodstock Progress Hybrid,shipping to me this fall I hope.Talk about technologies at opposite ends of the spectrum!!
     
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