Hi all, Some of you might remember the hard and long fettle of a battered Primus 981, which I greatly enjoyed. Being a masochist I wanted to repeat the harrowing experience with a very old American lamp... I always fancied those early Coleman Quick-Lite lanterns with 2 mantles and external pump barrel, so today I bought a rather battered 1926 427 from the evil Bay. Photos to follow but the hood mesh is broken and a mica globe window is missing. The tank looks good from photos. Is there anything to watch out for, during the fettle of these lamps? I know they run on petrol rather than kerosene, so I’m conscious of the potential hazard. The plan is to read up on these lamps while it’s in the post. Thanks!