220B's.

Discussion in 'L220, 220, 228, B to K Variants' started by MrAlexxx, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. MrAlexxx

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    Couple more Canadian 220B's for the gallery. Both swap finds that came without globes or mica not sure which would of been appropriate but went the cheap way and they got glass. Left one dated 11/34 with the winged fuel cap and the right one 1/37 with a regular looking fuel cap. Not sure if it should have a winged one? Never did much to either except a bit of a wipe down and a cap gasket and a quick fount rinse. Both fired right up.

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    Both nice examples of these 1930s lanterns. In pretty good shape for their age as well. ::Neil::
     
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    Those were built to last!:thumbup::thumbup:
     
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    Beautiful examples

    the filler cap on your 1937 is correct

    the later style 3 piece filler cap was introduced in 1935
     
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