My wife calls it a disease, but I can't seem to pass a piece of old Coleman camping gear without trying figure if I need to add it to my collection. It started innocently enough with an inherited 3 burner green stove with a red tank, a 1970's two burner stove, a non-working GI pocket stove and a model 220f lantern. I remember camping with these when I was a kid. I've kept these going over the years and still use the 3 burner and 220 lantern every trip. My collection now includes a second GI pocket stove, another inherited two burner white gas stove, several lanterns ranging from an old red single mantle model 200 with round globe(resto project) and a 60's 'big hat' to a newer dual fuel double mantle lantern, an lp single burner stove and an lp lantern. There's something about the hiss of a Coleman white gas lantern that just feels right, and the way it shuts down with that little bubble of blue flame that signals quiet time. All of these additions are flea market pickups that I just can't refuse. I've gotten to the point where I have to pass on a lot of stuff I see because I just don't have the space. The one that got away was a nickel two mantle I saw at an antique mall a few years ago, they wanted $90 for it and I balked, if I had it to do over that one would be in the collection now.