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Saw this on C/List.  It runs on fuel oil but this person isn't sure what their selling.

Scariest darn heater I ever used. Two times it over flowed the oil pan and almost burn the dang ice house down! :sick:

One time it was two of my buddies who were cold and had to many Pop's so they cranked it up when I was outside of the house checking tip ups. The next thing I know one of them pops his head out the door and says calmly, hey I think you got a fire in here? But they never came out of the smoking, burning house!  :crazy:

Because that's who I use to hang with many years ago! :(  :lol:

Love taking it down after fishing and having black soot flying all over!


C/List ad:

vintage heater nu-way fish house/camping heater
not sure if it's complete or if it works
I think it runs on white gas
$40 b/o cash only


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Just now, monstermoose78 said:

I sold a Herters wood heater to Gordie a couple years back

If I remember this company made Wood & Oil burner heaters?

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Just now, monstermoose78 said:

Spearers might your target they like old school

I'm not selling it, just saw it on there and it brought back old-bad memories!  :grin:

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21 minutes ago, smurfy said:

Ya back in the old days we had them for our spearhouse. Ran on fuel oil. Always an adventure!:crazy:

I emailed the guy to let him know it ran on fuel oil.

He replied oh thanks, are they any good?

I replied scary as heell, I got rid of mine years ago.  But, you may sale it to someone looking for vintage stuff?  Good Luck.

He replied ok thanks, got it for a $1 buck at a auction.  

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I guess for a buck you can't go wrong. Those oil burners were always fun:crazy: Watched a buddys house go up in flames as the wind was pushing the house across glare ice,  with him unsuccessfully attempting to chase it 

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