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How old is this thing?

Dave Stroman
Dave Stroman Member Posts: 763
Nice find!

Dave Stroman

Stroman Plumbing & Heating

Denver, CO.
Dave Stroman

Comments

  • Reinvent
    Reinvent Member Posts: 43


    I bet very few of you are old enough to remember seeing one of these in action. The original boiler still sits in it original location, decomishined, and stripped of its aspestos.
    Sorry for the spelling.
  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928


    Never seen one in action and have only removed one in MUCH worse condition.

    That stoker has REAL value with a readily available price that might amaze you.
  • Ed_26
    Ed_26 Member Posts: 284
    old burner

    sawdust burner?????
  • Reinvent
    Reinvent Member Posts: 43


    Great Ad! Dont you just love how they make them seem so clean and safe!
  • Reinvent
    Reinvent Member Posts: 43


    'real value' How much?
    'readily available price' Where?
  • EBEBRATT-Ed
    EBEBRATT-Ed Member Posts: 15,335


    Oil and gas are too expensive. Let's fire it up.!


    ED
  • Garret
    Garret Member Posts: 111
    I've got the coal

    No, seriously... I've still got a good pile of coal in the coal cellar of my 1920s home.

    That reminds me, gotta make another round of calls to see if anyone wants it.

    Grr... I wonder if the discussion went something like this:

    Let's convert over from coal to the new natural gas. Great idea. Maybe we should offer the coal we have left over to a neighbor. Nah, let's hold onto it.

    We might need it some day!

  • Mike T., Swampeast MO
    Mike T., Swampeast MO Member Posts: 6,928


    Watch your email. I mentioned here that I'd be removing one and got three unsolicited requests.
  • Mitch_4
    Mitch_4 Member Posts: 955
    progress

    Then: cutting down trees to put in mainstreet.

    Now: Ripping up mainsteet to plant trees...

    "everything old is new again..

    Mitch
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