howd one of your great little stove's wind up in Northern Indiana?
I live in Granger Ind. and was recently visiting a scrap yard in Elkhart Ind. when I found one of your great little stove's lying on the ground outside the owner's office. I love unique stoves and heat my work shop with a beautiful (Florence "Hot Blast" stove built between 1890-1910. I bought my "Little Cod" stove for a current scrap price amounting to $16.00. Being neglected and rusted, I got it sandblasted and am deciding what color to paint it. What a great little American business.
Re: howd one of your great little stove's wind up in Northern Indiana?
Color. That's a tough one. Trust you received the parts we sent? Did you ever find a builders plate on the bottom of the stove? Would be nice to know if it is one we actually made or one from the past. Thanks for your efforts to keep another one alive and kicking. A/NSW