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    Timberline wood stove.

    Timberline wood stove for sale. Getting new wood stove installed today. I bought a house and stove came with it. There was no way to hook up a liner to it due to the setup of the chimney. I have never burned it. Neighbors used to help the elderly couple that lived here and said that they used it all the time. Would make a good garage stove, or basement stove. Asking $300 obo. Located in andover/newton. Pm me. Thanks.
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    Insert outside on pallet and will be tarped. Panel kit goes with it.
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    Bump. $200 buck obo. Would like to get this out of my way. PM me.

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    Bump..... if you were closer.

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    You have a way to get that in a pick up truck? looks like a sturdy heavy stove! WOW!

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    Pickup truck would be difficult. Trailer would be much easier. Two guys were able to get it out of my house and down the steps on a dolly. I want to move this thing so let me know. If I had a detached garage or something I would keep it. Surely someone has a shop or garage they want to heat with minimal input cost.

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Size:  45.2 KBthis is what i did to a timberline insert wood stove, i chopped all the surrounding metal off and welded legs on with leveling adjusters , very good stove for someone,

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    sold

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    All you young guy's didn't recognize a good deal. Nice stove ! Who remembers the fuel crunch of the 70's when everyone was burning woods. Heck I'm burning wood as we speak( or type at ya) I'm in the mountains of upstate NY enjoying the snow & peace & quiet .

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    Thanks John Great Stove. Very nice meeting you.Sonny
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