Richmond swap find
I've got to admit that is one fine looking flashlight.
That is beautiful....and would match the paint on my 24 Touring...if you ever get tired of it ;-)
Neat! Shouldn't the arms of the burner be fore and aft instead of sideways?
That is absolutely wonderful. I have seen them a time or two. It is a delight each time.
(No pun intended but if you like it, it is OK.)
Now THATS a flashlight!, really cool
A really neat portable light probably by the Victor company with a MC tank. There was one on ebay this week and quite pricey when you do see them!
The "Cincinnati-Victor" oval logo on the top of the bonnet is usually stamped so light as to be illegible (the paint fills it in).
Here is a little bit bigger 6-inch mirror lamp set up by Victor as a search light.
Ken in Texas
Looks like it could have been used in it's day as a demountable headlamp on a mining tram.
I have a bottle with the same exact handle, straps and wing nuts / T bolts. No light bracket or feet though.
I told you that you would have that going in no time and on the running board but remember not to use it to find a gas leak after dark.
....I have an irrational want for such a lamp now.
There is such thing as an irrational want!
When it gets to an IW it is a I canít live without it.
Wow ... that is (as the 'kids' say) .... 'Way Cool!!!"
I'm 66 Dennis and it is way cool still
Gary ... you have me by a year. ;-)
Do you have trouble finding someone to fill the tank?