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REDUNDANCY...I ''ve got a Cole Stove, solid fuel (charcoal, pea cole etc.) cabin heater for sale...these units, built in the Puget Sound area are superb...the Charley Nobel is very efficient, and dry in anything short of a hurricane...unit is Stainless and uses 3" stove pipe and elbows...condition is good to excellent. It''s a great source of DRY heat and is well insulated from it''s bulkhead mounting. Oh yeah, about the redundancy...we live in SW Florida, haven''t used it in 8 years.
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I own a Herreshoff Solitaire and am looking to replace my Fatsco Buddy stove. If this is still going, I may be interested. See, I live up here in the cold in New England! Please e-mail particulars!
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Yea, I noticed my e-mail address didn''t print out! pirateofcapeann@hotmail.com will do it!
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FOR SALE: COLE STOVE Model #1655 Stainless steel,
3" flue, great condition, used very little. Anyone interested? Make me an offer. 715-746-2173 We are in Bayfield, Wisconsin I can email you a photo if you wish.
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How much are you looking for?
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Yea, drop me a photo at above address. Keep it low, I''m still on basic hotmail.

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You probally don''t still have this stove but i figured I may as well ask. Let me know if you still have it.
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Jamie
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The most abundant source of "cole" I know of is Nat King Cole. After you were done frying him up to heat your saloon, you''d have to go looking for daughter Natalie to keep you warm.
Maybe this stove doesn''t burn Cole <i>per se</i>, but Cole''s music (there are some that would be happy to see Natalie''s recordings go up in smoke). Not as grisly, perhaps, but I''m not sure how many BTUs you could get out of records, tapes and CDs, not to mention the evnironmental impact of burnning all that vinyl and plastic.
I suspect this stove was actually designed to burn <b>coal</b>, the fossilized remains of plant matter. This cheap & abundant natural resource fired the furnaces of the second Industrial Revolution (giving many miners Black Lung Disease in the process).

(Okay, so I''m bored and pedantic. No offense intended; just having a bit of fun @ word-play. Hey, if it was good enough for Shakespeare...)
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Jeff, the manufacturer''s name is Cole.. one of these bulkhead mount heaters can be seen in this ad.. http://www.ecys.com/Carina/5.htm

Not my boat, btw, just one I found with a pic
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I should be working on Sabrina!!!!!!!!! The message did say solid fuel (pea cole(coal)???)
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