Is this an Englander?

seedy Posted By seedy, Oct 13, 2011 at 5:51 PM

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  1. seedy

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    http://houston.craigslist.org/for/2645946051.html

    Does anyone have a clue about or recognize this stove? I read that England Stove Works makes 3 brands, including Englander. The seller has not responded, but I need to know if this is too much stove for 500-600sf?
     
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    It sure looks like an older one!
     
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    Certainly is "boxy" enough to be.

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    don't know about the stove but that's a cylinder head sitting next to it on the floor...hehe.
     
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    Not sure if it's an Englander or not, but it sure is too big for 500sq ft. Is this for a camp or something?
     
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    It's not a current Englander model but appears to be one of the older EPA ones that they have manuals for on their website. I would guess it might be the

    18-MH, 50-SHW15 & 50-TRW15 - which are catalytic stoves? It's shown on a pedestal but looks like the same stove? http://www.englanderstoves.com
    of course then again they may have looked pretty similar to that for a long time.

    And $400 sounds like a lot for that stove, regardless. You can get a beautiful new-tech Englander for a smallish space though, and for not too much $, this one!
    http://www.englanderstoves.com/17-vl.html
     
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