1925 Coleman LZ427

Discussion in '2LZ, 2LZ427' started by Toby Garner, Aug 4, 2021.

  1. Toby Garner

    Toby Garner United States Subscriber

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    Last light-up for this one for the foreseeable future. Many more pinholes waiting to poke through, but I'm sure proud to own it anyhow

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    Here it is as found with a couple coats of paint and the wrong vent, globe and fuel cap should be the scalloped version

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  2. podbros

    podbros United Kingdom Subscriber

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    Lovely old thing.. really like the end of the pump rod :-)
     
  3. AussiePete

    AussiePete Australia Subscriber

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    Well done on your resurrection of such an iconic lantern.
    Maybe the founts life could be extended using POR-15 or similar. Just a thought.
    Enjoy
    Pete
     
  4. JEFF JOHNSON

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    A lucky find.:thumbup:
     

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