Post in 'The Perfect Picture' started by BrowningBAR, Sep 22, 2011.
Helpful Sponsor Ads!
EPA approved? Cat or non cat
That is a mine! Extremely cool.
I'm guessing no on the EPA approval. Also guessing no on it being a cat or having secondary burn tubes.
I thought it was a mine. It was part of a larger collection of furniture made from bombshells.
Rear vent option available? OAK? Mobile home approved?
And a really kick ass charcoal grill:
Hmmm.... I guess this should have gone into the Picture Perfect section.
I'm sure the clearances are pretty sweet. Also, looks to have a 6+ cu ft firebox. If this were a vogelzang stove, they'd rate it as a 1.2 million BTU output stove....
Yeah, those are both old mines. The round window on the spherical one looks to be a for-real porthole...I recognize the closure hardware. Sure hope they switched out the original glass. Guy's obviously got better things to do than worry about something as boring as hearth protection. :ahhh: Rick
Yeah, the one with the two porthole windows is my favorite. And yes, they are all mines as it turns out: http://www.marinemine.com/#minefurniture
Yeah, I don't think these are exactly mainstream stoves that we're going to be discussing in detail...but they sure are interesting! I'll move the thread over to the Perfect Picture forum in a few minutes. Rick
Where did you get the port holes from? I'm a scuba diver.
I did not make the stoves. I just found the artist online. If you click the website of the artist that I posted it might say where he got the materials. Not sure, though.
It's made by the elm stove guy. He got tired of being pigeonholed.
you gotta give credit to the poor dog that worked on these! wonder if he had to remove the explosives???
I would love to use soemthing like that for a shop stove. Lots of navy history buffs around here since so many navy guys land here after retirement.
WOW those are totally cool!!
Without any exaggeration, those stoves are 'da bomb'!
Having a hard time expressing how incredible those are. Need a moment alone.
Separate names with a comma.