Find used oil burning stoves on Craigslist.org, eBay.com and in local classified ads. Used appliance stores sometimes carry used oil burning stoves as well. When searching, make sure the stove is the right size for your application.
If homes nearby are being renovated, you may be able to find an oil burning stove, as the stoves represent an older form of heating technology. Used appliance dealers such as Habitat For Humanity stores may occasionally have oil burning stoves. If you want an antique oil stove, you can consult specialty retailers online.
Never buy an oil burning stove unless you know how to safely operate the stove. Availability of stoves can be limited due to the rise in the popularity of using cooking oil waste for heat. Consider asking your local heating and cooling store for recommendations on where to find a used stove. Sometimes if a stove installation firm removes an oil burning stove, they resell it if it is still in safe and workable condition.
Letting a local contractor know that you are looking for a used oil stove can sometimes result in a good find. Oil stoves are not as common as they once were due to the high or volatile cost of heating oil.