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Spotted during a call. A kitchen for you GE lovers...
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Post# 687002   7/2/2013 at 23:03 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        

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Was on a washer repair call and walked into a kitchen frozen in time. Of course, I thought of all the hardcore GE fans and snapped a few pics of the stars. Time for 'kitchen porn'. LOL,

First the dishwasher. A GE Potscrubber. I am uncertain of the age but all the appliances match and am positive you will peg the age...






Post# 687005 , Reply# 1   7/2/2013 at 23:04 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        
Say aahhhh...

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Money shot...



Post# 687006 , Reply# 2   7/2/2013 at 23:05 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        

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Next up the cooktop. Clean! In fact, it is ALL clean!



Post# 687009 , Reply# 3   7/2/2013 at 23:07 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        
What could possibly complement this cooktop?

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A classy hood, of course!



Post# 687011 , Reply# 4   7/2/2013 at 23:08 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        

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Close up... Yup, it's a Nutone!



Post# 687014 , Reply# 5   7/2/2013 at 23:09 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        
Not to be outdone...

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The double wall ovens... Complete with working clock!



Post# 687019 , Reply# 6   7/2/2013 at 23:14 (1,622 days old) by redcarpetdrew (Concord, CA (But my heart will always be in sweet Nevada!))        

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By the way, that WAS a separate hood for the ovens!

Sorry, but no matching refrigerator. A single older gentleman lives there, so the dishwasher hasn't been used in a while which would explain the missing rinse aid cap and jump up nozzle. Still, a kitchen frozen in time.

RCD



Post# 687066 , Reply# 7   7/3/2013 at 07:54 (1,622 days old) by pulltostart (Mobile, AL)        

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Wow - pardon me while I wipe the drool from my chin....

 

Very nice!  The cooking appliances are early 1960's, the dishwasher appears to be mid-1970's; probably a replacement for a yellow dishwasher of the same vintage as the cooking items.

 

How nice to see a well-kept and fully-appreciated older kitchen.

 

lawrence


Post# 687119 , Reply# 8   7/3/2013 at 13:37 (1,622 days old) by Volvoguy87 (Cincinnati, OH)        
Hood.

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I have that over-the-stove hood! It's not hooked up yet and mine doesn't have the woodgrain. Teh front moves. You can lift up the back of the hood and it will cover the knobs, than it will drop down so the front is vertical and hidden.

Dave


Post# 687151 , Reply# 9   7/3/2013 at 16:48 (1,621 days old) by DaveAmKrayoGuy (Oak Park, MI)        

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Everything there looks so good, that to me, it wouldn't matter what kind of fridge--least if it were anything yellow or gold like that (GE-or non-GE) would do!


-- Dave


Post# 687159 , Reply# 10   7/3/2013 at 17:31 (1,621 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        
Oh, Brother!

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I had that dishwasher for a long time.

You will see me vote for Michele Bachmann before you see me get another.


Post# 687348 , Reply# 11   7/4/2013 at 19:30 (1,620 days old) by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
1970s GE DWs

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Sandy you are just so much more diplomatic than I am, but I certainly agree that I would not want to use one of those GEs today.


Post# 687362 , Reply# 12   7/4/2013 at 20:28 (1,620 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        
Suicidal Tendencies:

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John:

The one I had was hell-bent on its own destruction. During the 10 or so years I owned it, it went through 2 motor/pump modules, a timer, a detergent cup assembly and a set of racks.

It also developed huge scabrous patches in its Plastisol liner, which the so-called repair kit slowed down not a whit, and the door seal got a slow, seep-y leak that no one could fix. Repainting the lower front panel was a twice-yearly affair, because the seal leak caused the top of it to rust.

It was sort of the Kurt Cobain of dishwashers, dying young and needlessly.


Post# 767654 , Reply# 13   7/3/2014 at 11:18 (1,257 days old) by BEHZAD (Home Appliances Lab)        
WHAT A NICE KITCHEN!ALSO HISTORICAL

seriously it's a kitchen in heaven,
I give you my word;

anyway I like the wall oven much more than others.please take special care of that.

thank you


Post# 767739 , Reply# 14   7/3/2014 at 20:24 (1,256 days old) by funktionalart (Phoenix, AZ)        
Potscrubber dishwasher....

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looks to be from around circa 1975-78 ish....exactly the one my grandmother bought new at about that time. Those GE's were a Pile o' junk in my opinion....but I'm partial to my '94 KA Superba. I love that the owner of that house you were in hasn't "upgraded" to S/S appliances. The kitchen looks nice like it is--timewarp!

Post# 767741 , Reply# 15   7/3/2014 at 20:43 (1,256 days old) by pcasa (Dallas. Tx)        
GE wall oven

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after searching locally and on ebay for years - I finally scored this GE Turquoise wall oven - it was on the curb for trash pick up in my hood - I saved it and it's now installed in the kitchen in my house in the country (working perfectly) I'm slowly changing everything to Turquoise

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Post# 767749 , Reply# 16   7/3/2014 at 21:57 (1,256 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Good show, Drew

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Thanks for sharing - I love to see these old kitchens still standing, as though a few years have passed. At least my sentimentalism is shared. You could create a picture book of vintage appliances and other that you have seen, I'm sure.

Phil


Post# 930396 , Reply# 17   4/3/2017 at 16:58 (251 days old) by chetlaham (United States)        
Missing power tower?

I have a feeling that dishwasher isn't used since it looks the the power tower is missing. Did you offer them a new one?




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