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    Can anyone identify the brand of this gas cooker please.
    It is the original cooker, sitting in an Atkin "Ingrid" ketch built 1967, currently up on the hard having her cosmetics applied.
    Thanks in advance.

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    No, but it's very cool!

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    57 years without a gimballed stove .
    It IS cool. Two burner one oven . That a pizza maker in the middle there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizbang 13 View Post
    57 years without a gimballed stove .
    It IS cool. Two burner one oven . That a pizza maker in the middle there?
    Genius!

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    warming tray, i think
    it's open to the burners above, so doesn't get too hot but stays warm while you're cooking the rest of the four course meal on top
    although, i don't get all the knobs and colorations...

    maybe someone on the classic camp stoves forum will recognize the logo ?
    https://classiccampstoves.com/forums/stove-forum.286/

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    It think it's the grill (broiler). It will have a long burner (running front to back) with frets to glow red hot. It's very like the classic B500 Gas Cooker - 2 burners, grill and oven. It's not I don't know what the make is. But we fitted the B500's as standard in dozens of new builds in the 1950's through to the 1970's. They were excellent stoves.

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    Typical B500 - they changed a bit over the years, but same configuration

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    Last edited by debenriver; 02-09-2023 at 06:03 AM.
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    Default Re: Gas cooker ID

    Thanks everyone for your help, comments and contributions.
    Took the dog down for a walk to the hardstand this morning hoping to catch the owner there and get a few more details about the boat and stove.
    He wasn't there. Will catch him over the weekend and get a few answers, maybe, to some of the questions.

    Cheers,
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    Last edited by Mike1902; 02-09-2023 at 04:02 PM.
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    Stove top and knob detail.

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    The centre knob is for a grill and the one below the red oven on/off knob is for oven temperature control.

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    The stove is gimballed for heel only and can be locked in place with a tower bolt at various angles.

    Better view of the stove badge.

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    A view of the grill to use up the photo quota.

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    It's got it all goin' on.

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    I feel like I've seen that emblem, but I can't place it.

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    Right out of Ralph Kramden’s kitchen-when is Alice starting dinner?

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    Is it maybe an old "Aga Gas" stove?

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