My Glenwood #6 Is on the Way!

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Smokeyja
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Post Fri. May. 03, 2013 7:55 pm



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Post Fri. May. 03, 2013 8:28 pm

Not many left but you nailed one - congrats.

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Post Sat. May. 04, 2013 9:04 am

very nice stove.But the question is,can you wait till next season to fire it up and how's the hearth comming along

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Post Sun. May. 05, 2013 3:41 am

Excellent young Nephew!! I know you are excited and I am excited for you as well. It's going to be a long Summer until the Fall comes. Welcome to Coal Stove Easy Street. It starting to grow into quite a nice sized neighborhood now.

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Post Sun. May. 05, 2013 5:15 am

Real nice Josh--hell, you'll do a test run as soon as you have the old girl set in place---BETCHA ;)

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Post Sun. May. 05, 2013 9:21 am

Congrats' Josh, I suffer from stove envy...I must look away :shock:

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Smokeyja
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Post Sun. May. 05, 2013 11:50 pm

coalnewbie wrote:Not many left but you nailed one - congrats.
Thank you! Not many being left is why I went ahead and made the decision to put a deposit on it in January. Doug set he had one he needed to restore so I put my name on it.
Dennis wrote:
Re: My Glenwood #6 is on the way!
I probably can wait until next season... and this is why: The hearth project was put on hold because I quit my full time job and went into business for myself so all of my funds went into the business for now. I need to wait a few more months to build up the capital I need to buy the stone and such so the stove will sit in my sun room , covered and protected until I get the hearth done. Sure wish I had someone in the stone business to hook me up lol.
wsherrick wrote:Excellent young Nephew!! I know you are excited and I am excited for you as well. It's going to be a long Summer until the Fall comes. Welcome to Coal Stove Easy Street. It starting to grow into quite a nice sized neighborhood now.
Thanks William! You started this whole thing with the Base Heaters. once I read what you had to say in my first thread on this forum I was sold on the BH . I sure did battle with decisions on which model to get for some time but in the end The glenwood 6 had it all and not to mention Videos about it and tons of info that you gave. I also battled with the idea of whether or not to spend the money on a heatpump/ central air but in the end this is a really wise investment. Any idea on where on can print or buy literature on the stove? any old ads or fancy signs? I love history as I know you do to and I would like some little things here and there to have around if you know of anything.
freetown fred wrote:Real nice Josh--hell, you'll do a test run as soon as you have the old girl set in place---BETCHA ;)
You are right Fred! Although when I can set it up will be the key!
michaelanthony wrote:Congrats' Josh, I suffer from stove envy...I must look away :shock:
lol . I had stove envy for some time and then I just finally bit the bullet. There is so much in life I want. This is as close to a ferrari as I will ever get haha :D

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Post Mon. May. 06, 2013 2:35 am

I had stove envy for some time and then I just finally bit the bullet. There is so much in life I want. This is as close to a ferrari as I will ever get haha
Who wants those pieces of junk from Italy, you have nirvana right there in your fireplace.


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Post Mon. May. 06, 2013 7:09 pm

Very nice stove, you will love to use it and to see how these Antique can make the heating job exactly how it's supposed to be done :)
What about a nice yellow Mustang Boss 302 :lol: ?

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Post Wed. May. 08, 2013 8:00 pm

Got my stove in today! I am super stoked about it . A bit sad though because there is no more anticipation ;) . I am impressed with the qaulity from Barnstable.

Doug is searching 4 a cast iron 90 now for the back. He said they are very hard to come by now.

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Post Thu. May. 09, 2013 5:06 pm

Glad to see you finally got her. You will enjoy burning coal in that beauty. Make sure when she is set up we get to see some pics. Good luck with the new stove.

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Post Thu. May. 09, 2013 6:22 pm

Smokeyja wrote:Got my stove in today! I am super stoked about it . A bit sad though because there is no more anticipation ;) . I am impressed with the qaulity from Barnstable.

Doug is searching 4 a cast iron 90 now for the back. He said they are very hard to come by now.
How about this!http://binghamton.craigslist.org/for/3761683198.html

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Post Thu. May. 09, 2013 9:38 pm

Scottscoaled wrote:
Smokeyja wrote:Got my stove in today! I am super stoked about it . A bit sad though because there is no more anticipation ;) . I am impressed with the qaulity from Barnstable.

Doug is searching 4 a cast iron 90 now for the back. He said they are very hard to come by now.
How about this!http://binghamton.craigslist.org/for/3761683198.html
Damn he just changed the listing to pick up only... Anyone close?

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Post Thu. May. 09, 2013 9:43 pm

Better verify the size too. Could be 5, 6, or 7.

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Post Sat. May. 11, 2013 5:30 am

... and it's in Norwich NY and as far as I know the only person near there is some whacko native American. :)


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