1. #1 Dune, Mar 28, 2014
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    Dune

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    My son brought this home. I suppose we should keep it and install it on the boat eventually.
    It has grates but no shaker and is missing whatever adjusts the inlet air. Coal would actually be good on a boat since unlike wood, it doesn't need to be dry to burn.

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  2. Dune

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    I'm learning. These are the first pictures I have posted by myself.
     
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    Yep that is the exact stove.
    That is so awesome! Thanks Begreen! Of course I would rather buy the part than design and make it.

    The thing is in mint condition too, even the pot rail is there.
     
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    They look nice! Our boat is a Catalina only 27 foot, too small for that sweet stove. But I've planed to make one, to knock off the chill.

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