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Here is a vintage kerosene cooking stove that I assume to a Perfection brand, but I can not find any marking on the stove. The reason I think it's a Perfection is that it came with two new Perfection wicks.
VINTAGE PERFECTION KEROSENE COOK STOVE?? NEW WICKS
The stove has been repainted including the tank. I don't know if the stove works. I have no idea of how it even works. It looks to be in pretty good condition. It is clean. The inside bottom corner has a small hole rusted through it. The burners look to be in good condition. The control valves work freely .The tank itself looks good but it has a flat peice of thin sheet metal formed on the tank and it has some holes rusted in it. This is not part of the actual tank and these small holes should not be any problem with leaks. The last picture shows these holes. I have not put anything into the tank to see if it does leak, so it could very well have leaks, but just looking at the tank I see no holes or damage to it. The stove is 22" long and stands 10" tall. The wicks are new Perfection No.331 wicks. I am selling this stove as is. As a non working stove. It has not been tested by me. I do feel that someone more qualified than me could probably get it working.
On Aug-18-12 at 21:16:38 PDT, seller added the following information:
I was told by another Ebay member that the wicks included in this auction are not the wicks that this stove uses. It uses a different type of wicks than these Perfection wicks. I'm sorry about this mistake.