I depends what are trying to achieve, that tank is from a 300X. You could couple the 315 frame to it if you really wanted to, enjoy the 315 as it...
I think they sold these also as a kit to covert your existing lamp.
@Henry Plews yes that could be a theory, the bracket is different though so that would have had to have been removed and made good. Also what is...
I thought I was going mad...so had to check my lamp. Marked as an AL15A, the only difference I can see is the pump is on the opposite side to the...
I meant AL620...:doh:..always get them two mixed up..
AL15A, looks like it will clean up okay.
1943 Vapalux 300
@Pitsmoor Col i think this is it..](*,)
Stunning original example, I would leave it exactly how it is, perhaps with a clean and polish. If you do decide to re-paint it see my...
You say that the blue flame disappears? Are you losing pressure in the tank?
@adam0141 great find..:^o......looks very similar to one recently on a very popular internet auction site.
Or what about a Davisil 182 glass for 45p...
@Jean J not sure about the Coleman mantles, the Veritas if they are single tie, won’t fit but the Veritas brand, Tilley / Bialaddin ones will.
In principle yes but you may struggle to squeeze it over the stepped spigot on the 300 burner. If the spigot will unscrew you can pass it through...
I’m sure I have seen that lamp somewhere before...:-k....but is it not a quite rare PL52?
That’s looks great, stunning lamp.
@Mr cod it appears to, the crack hasn’t got any worse anyway.
@Mr cod and the money shot....:-#
So another lamp rolls off the production line, as they say.
I had 2 of these both steel tanks, both with pressure pips, remnants of red washers...
I like the sign on the door..:thumbup:
That looks great..:D/
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