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Eric Krewson
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A good friend gave me a lot of his stuff before he died, his girlfriend gave me more of his things after he died. This vintage feather burner was in a box of miscellaneous things.

The burner is crude by today's standards but works perfectly although one would have to use it with caution as the resistor gets red how as well as the wire.

The burner came in kit form and required assembly, instructions and the original box are included as well as 3 extra wires.

This kit could be cleaned up and have the oak base plate finished and would look pretty neat, a blast from the past.

I pay shipping in the CONUS.

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[ May 28, 2017, 09:30 PM: Message edited by: Terry Green ]

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23feetupandhappy
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$15

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Walt Francis
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This is just too neat:

$25

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23feetupandhappy
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Ya Walt, but I want it!
$35

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Walt Francis
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It is just way too kooooool...$40

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Walt Francis

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23feetupandhappy
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Doggonit Walt, I'v takin a liking to this burner!

$45

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Jack Skinner
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I am stuck between this burner which is the coolest I have ever seen, and a bamboo longhunter. No one has bid on the longhunter so I will leave this to 23feet and Walt
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23feetupandhappy
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I feel Walt lingering on the fringes just waiting to strike at the opportune moment [saywhat]

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Walt Francis
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Ben,
I happen to have this 60 year old creating machine and a few old Bitzenbergers that keep whispering they need another vintage friend.

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$60

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Walt Francis

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Now Walt, judging by your avatar there is plenty of vintage around to keep your equipment company [readit] [goldtooth]

Besides, I looked up the manual and this burner only works on Eastern Gobbler Feathers!!!!

[bigsmyl]


$65

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Walt Francis
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I have a bunch of gobbler feathers from friends back east.
[archer]

$70

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Walt Francis

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Ok Walt, I'm going up to $75 otherwise I'll have to become one of your buddies from out east who sends you feathers [readit]

Or I swing by on our way to Kalispell this summer so I can use this Vintige Burner [goldtooth]

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Eric Krewson
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I have the burner disassembled (instructions for reassembly included) and in a box ready to ship, go for it guys.
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quote:
Originally posted by 23feetupandhappy:
Ok Walt, I'm going up to $75 otherwise I'll have to become one of your buddies from out east who sends you feathers [readit]

Or I swing by on our way to Kalispell this summer so I can use this Vintige Burner [goldtooth]

Thanks for the donation and the bid!

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Payment received, thanks!

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