In case anyone is thinking about removing the two-burner stove from their trailer...to eliminate the complete LP system, or whatever, I thought I'd share some photos of a simple inexpensive single-burner stove I installed in my 1978 Scamp
The stove is a Gasone Butane Model GS-1000, and cost about $16.00. Such stoves, with different names, are available at most Asian food markets. I have used these type stoves on boats for many years and believe they are great small stoves. They use 8-oz butane canisters that last for quite some time, and are removable after each use. And, the stove will boil a pot of water very quickly!
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View of the cabinet with stove mounted over the 2-burner stove opening. I'm still working on the fridge
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Close up of the stove and controls. It has a striker to light
the stove, which is very handy. The cover for the opening is made from a 39-year old Scamp plywood cabinet door, with the cover top covered with a thin sheet of white aluminum. It's hard to find plywood of this quality these days!
Stove with grill removed to show the two wing-nuts, that are attached to two bolts that hold the stove in place. The wing nuts can be removed quickly so stove can be used for outdoor cooking.