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ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by IDaman » Mon Feb 01, 2021 3:12 pm

Looking for Pyrene Company Fire Extinguisher Model C-21-T. and mounting bracket. They were the Heavy Vehicle Type and were standard equipment for the WWII Case SI AirBorne tractors. Image.
Any help would be appreciated.
I have already looked on ebay, etsy, and google.


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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by mudbox » Tue Feb 02, 2021 6:53 am

Welcome to the forum!
I thought I might have been able to help you out, but the model number (B-2:C-2) on this one and the most recent patent 2,573,320 (1951) make this much newer than what you're looking for.
I don't have the bracket.

If you're interested in it as a place holder, let me know.

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Good luck in your search. Maybe someone else will be able to help you out.

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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by bugcape » Sat Jul 31, 2021 10:16 am

IDaman,
I happened to come across one locally. I can't read the type from the photo, but I can go back and take another photo
if you're interested. It looks almost identical to the photo you posted. The guy's asking $65 for it. What do you think ?

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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by bugcape » Wed Aug 04, 2021 4:52 pm

It's a curious thing. Guy says he's In Search Of (ISO) a thing. Hey, I found the thing you're ISO. ... ... ... ... ... crickets... ... ... ...
Oh, hey, it's me. I forgot that maybe I should PM someone in case they don't watch their stuff. Ok, so I'll just go ahead and... boom,
done, PM out. And... ... ... ... tumbleweeds... ... ... ??? Sigh. Why? Why do I even bother? I'm starting to think our friend really is
not in search of a pyrene fire extinguisher after all. Or at least it falls pretty low on the list of priorities. lol
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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by mudbox » Thu Aug 05, 2021 11:28 am

bugcape wrote:
Wed Aug 04, 2021 4:52 pm
Why do I even bother? I'm starting to think our friend really is
not in search of a pyrene fire extinguisher after all. Or at least it falls pretty low on the list of priorities. lol
It's all good, man. The tool forum can move pretty slow sometimes. The OP only has 1 post; this one. I'm sure after not receiving an immediate 'I got one you can have', he's moved on.
C'est la vie

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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by bugcape » Thu Aug 05, 2021 12:59 pm

Funny thing is when I picked it up and took the picture, I was thinking to myself, "Self ? This looks like it might belong on something Army ."
So I sent the picture to my brother who is wise to all things Army and he said in classic Oak Island style, "That's a significant find." Then I
happened upon our friends inquiry and I yelled, "JACKPOT! I KNEW IT! IT REALLY IS A SIGNIFICANT FIND!!" To which the Pastor said, "Hey! Down
in front!" But now I'm struggling with the idea that there's a guy out there that needs this... thing. And there's nothing I can do about getting
it to him tute suite. Your words are true and most appreciated. Thank you. I gotta relax ! lol
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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by W. Winget » Thu Aug 05, 2021 2:22 pm

I was stuck on "Case Airborne Tractors."...I immediately thought of Dozers (getting old) and that only the Clark CA-1's were airborne, so now I'll have to look up the Case "Tractor" for fun.
(Have a CA-1 in the garage I've yet to finish...sigh)
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Re: ISO Pyrene Fire Extinguisher...

Post by bugcape » Fri Aug 06, 2021 5:02 am

W. Winget wrote:
Thu Aug 05, 2021 2:22 pm
I was stuck on "Case Airborne Tractors."...I immediately thought of Dozers (getting old) and that only the Clark CA-1's were airborne, so now I'll have to look up the Case "Tractor" for fun.
(Have a CA-1 in the garage I've yet to finish...sigh)
V/R W. Winget
I know that feeling all too well. Hey, do you need a fire extinguisher for your CA-1 ? I know where to get one ! lol :lol:
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