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GE J466 range in Tucson, AZ $200
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Post# 927145   3/16/2017 at 05:07 (463 days old) by funktionalart (Phoenix, AZ)        

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We had one of these for 30 years. Great range! Can't tell if this is original finish in the pics…looks light tan (ours was white) but that may be seller's camera problem or really bad fluorescent lighting. Are these REALLY pulling $200 in this sort of condition? Looks like it needs plenty of cosmetic work--

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Post# 927149 , Reply# 1   3/16/2017 at 06:54 (463 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
My favorite

GE, I like these much better than the high end models that have all the features that tear up....These don't have the thermostatic unit or a self clean oven, they work forever!

Post# 927253 , Reply# 2   3/16/2017 at 18:47 (463 days old) by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

The color on this range appears to be Almond. It's obviously not White, as the receptacle and clock background are. However, Almond was introduced for the '77 models, and I think GE had discontinued the pushbutton controls earlier in the 70's.

Post# 927266 , Reply# 3   3/16/2017 at 19:15 (463 days old) by funktionalart (Phoenix, AZ)        

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What was production duration on this model, anyone know? Ours came into the kitchen circa 1966-67--and I thought GE replaced this design not terribly long after that…?

Post# 927279 , Reply# 4   3/16/2017 at 19:31 (463 days old) by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

The basic cabinet was made from '57 through sometime in the early-mid 80's. After that time 40" GE ranges were made by WCI (Kelvinator design).

As to the control panel style, I know it was made for a long time with minor differences to the clock, oven knobs, etc. I know I still saw this style in the local GE dealer into the 70's.

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