Ok guys break out the cameras and let's see some of the "old iron" that is still out there getting it done. We have seen all of the pretty soapstone and enamel cuties here, heard all about cat this, EPA that. Let's see those puppies that were the latest thing in wood burning way back when and are still getting it done. I'll start: Sierra T-4600 non-cat fireplace insert. Manufactured in 1985 in Harrisonburg, Virginia. Firebox, 4.2 cubic feet. Weight 604 pounds. There is almost as much stove inside the fireplace as outside of it. UL listed and tested by Warnack Hersey. Installed in August of 1985. Total cost of stove, tax and 54 mile delivery, $754.80 (always negotiate long and hard in an un-airconditioned stove store on a hundred degree day in August at closing time on Friday). Maintenance cost to date, $194.14 including having the new baffle made last year. Start up time from smokey to clear heat flume, ususally 35 to 45 minutes before the new liner. Can't wait to see how it will do now. Just re-gasketed, re-painted the original Honeyglow Brown and a new chimney liner installed to fool it into thinking that I am not shopping for a new insert. It ain't a stove, it is part of the family. And now has a couple of little Jotul brothers.