413F, Camp Stove, 1962-1964, USA

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413E 1954-61 U.S.
413F 1962-64 U.S.
413G 1965-80 U.S.
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415D 1947 U.S.
416B 1938-39 U.S.
416C 1940-41 U.S.
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Coldwaterpaddler
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413F, Camp Stove, 1962-1964, USA

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Here is a Coleman 413F camp stove made from 1962 to 1964. The 413F is not dated. The 413 stove is the large 2-burner stove, whereas the 425 is the smaller, more compact 2-burner stove.

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The primary burner (right) is larger than the secondary burner (left). Also note the red wire on the lid which may be used for hanging towels, etc. or to support the lid when windscreens are not needed and the lid is fully opened.

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The 413F came with a red valve wheel and red-painted, brass, 3-piece fuel cap.

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Note the wire-type windscreen retainer, retractable secondary burner key and how the extendable legs lock into the case.

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The model number is stamped into the front panel, in the center, below the carry handle.

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Closed and ready for transport.

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Here the metal strap legs are extended and the secondary burner key is retracted.
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Re: 413F, Camp Stove, 1962-1964, USA

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Nice stove. I grew up around the 425 and am familiar with it. I recently picked up a 413, but haven't worked on it yet. I didn't fully appreciate the extra size of the 413 versus the 425 until side by side comparison. The 425 for outdoor/backyard cookout use with the extra space is definitely nice. Plus the extra fuel and heating capacity.
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Re: 413F, Camp Stove, 1962-1964, USA

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Very nice!
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