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Not much demand for these old space heaters, at one time most rural houses had at least one of them, at the time they were a "Step Up" between wood stoves and central heating. Most sell for under $100.00 if in good working condition.

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i get a Coleman yest mod n: 871 oil burning the serial numb is 84796 and its in a bad condition , is it hard to fix it? and is it worth it to have it in the house?( gives warm in hard weather)

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The cost to fix one would exceed what it would cost to buy another in good working condition. They are not very efficient as they burn more oil than a standard furnace.

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I have a Coleman Oil burning stove. Model # M516.  Do you have any information on it? Can you give me an idea of what it's worth?

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I found a Coleman Oil Burning Heater in my garage. The model# is C828 and the seriel# is 816941. What can you tell me about this stove. Is it worth anything?

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Most of these Coleman space heaters date from the late 1940's through the 1960's. values for them tend to be modest, a good working one oftens sells for under $150.00

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