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Just an old stove? If you want to make a cheap stove, use the can from your can food. This is what I did when I was poor. Poke holes about an inch from the bottom and cut 2 slats near the top. Fuel, your choice, camp fuel, gas, everclear, etc I got mine to boil 16 oz of water in less than 4 min.
 

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Rural hardware stores, or specialty wood fireplace stores, may sell a small door only, for mounting on a small steel drum or large steel bucket and lid for food storage.

I have seen them, and a 3" damper for the small diameter stovepipe.

I put the 3" damper and small diameter stove pipe on a Wilderness stove, sold by a farm tool supply catelogue under a different name and for a lot less cost. I got a double wall thru for the roof. I cut the hole with a hole saw on a drill. I put a nice spark arrestor on top.

The heater stove I have is more than adequate for a 15Lx8Wx9H "hunter" trailer.

The 55 gal steel drum stove is too much stove, for a small shelter.

These shephard's stove style stoves have different sizes.

This stove from another thread on this topic also has different sizes.

There is also this one from the same thread.

Maybe that identical stove you like is not sold-out somewhere else, at surplus stores? Like here for $89.
 
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