Some of you older bushwalkers may remember these... Primus 71 shellite stove.
The tin box has a hinged lid and side and it not only doubles as a pot stand, but triples as a wind screen.
I had this one delivered today. It was rusty and filthy but it was still full of shellite so I thought I'd see if it worked... I filled the priming dimple with fuel and then lit it. When the flames were just about to die I turned the valve and it caught immediately and away it went, "choof-choofing" just like a new one.
I de-rusted the case, and preserving the original paint as much as possible, I hit the inside of the lid, the pot stand and the inside of the case with high temperature paint, I gave the brass burner assembly a good scrub and now it looks a million dollars. It'll never be a pristine collector's item, just a good practical bit of camping and bushwalking gear ready for a second lifetime of use. Check out the green flame... I think that's from hitting the burner with a wire wheel to get rid of the crud. It settled down soon after into a proper blue flame.