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My wife and I recently purchased a 1978 Morgan OI 415 and among the projects will be the replacement of several of the poening portlights. Does anyone know of a direct replacement for the originals (roughly 5 X 14). Also the tank for the stove alcohol is missing and I don''t know of anyone who still makes them. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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Is the stove a pressurized stove or unpressurized stove...and who made the stove. It is really much easier to get help if you include all the relevant information regarding the problem you have.
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I would hope that after 6 years, alp has found solutions to his port and stove problems.
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It's only been five years..... LOL... forgot to check the OP date.
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