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Post in 'Classic Wood Stove Forums (prior to approx. 1993)' started by LukeDuke, Apr 3, 2013.

  1. LukeDuke

    LukeDuke New Member

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    Any thoughts to value after full restoration? Blasted and painted. Front accents in silver. New brick and gasket inside also. Can text pics as I cannot upload from my iphone(or can I and dont know it?) Thanks.

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  2. Defiant

    Defiant Vermont Castings Geek

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    Does yours look like this?

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  3. LukeDuke

    LukeDuke New Member

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    Very nice! I hope to come across a double door model some day. Mine has a single door. I have the deer and all in silver. I would never sell it but was just curious to its value in mint condition. I have noticed that these stoves are harder to find than fishers (at least in my area) and are functionally superior due to the neat baffle design, just my opinion. I would love to restore a babybear also, jus waiting to come across one in my area. You cant beat these antiques, true american gems.
  4. leaf4952

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    Pics please
  5. LukeDuke

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