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Post# 208843   5/7/2007 at 20:53 (4,339 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        

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From Lehman's non-electric catalog.

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Post# 208844 , Reply# 1   5/7/2007 at 20:58 (4,339 days old) by frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS?!

It is a beauty with that SS tub, I'll say that for it. But SEVEN HUNDRED TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS?!


Post# 208848 , Reply# 2   5/7/2007 at 21:05 (4,339 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        

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Speialty item- they need to pay their overhead!

Post# 208850 , Reply# 3   5/7/2007 at 21:07 (4,339 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        

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~Maytag Washers Available: We sell reconditioned Maytag square tub wringer washers with gasoline or electric engines. We also carry a complete line of Maytag parts. Call for pricing and details. Ask for our Service Department.



Post# 208851 , Reply# 4   5/7/2007 at 21:09 (4,339 days old) by frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

I know you're right, Togs----it's not like they're going to make a lot on volume of sales. And it is a great looking washer. Maybe it would seem more reasonable if the wringer could double as a Swedish massager, LOL!

Post# 208864 , Reply# 5   5/7/2007 at 22:12 (4,339 days old) by gansky1 (Omaha, The Home of the TV Dinner!)        
Terrifying price!

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I think these are made in Saudi Arabia. You remember them, our allies in the "War On Terror"??

Post# 208867 , Reply# 6   5/7/2007 at 22:22 (4,339 days old) by westytoploader ()        

Didn't someone say that these machines were of subpar quality as well, compared to the REAL Speed Queens?

Post# 208868 , Reply# 7   5/7/2007 at 22:33 (4,339 days old) by peterh770 (Marietta, GA)        

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Click on the "laundry" tab at the top to see a happy granola girl in her flowing white, all natural, cotton dress, with her hair pinned smartly up and out of the way, filling up her rinse tubs with water. Bet her back goes out on her every wash day. Oh, for those happy, simpler times!

Post# 208940 , Reply# 8   5/8/2007 at 09:28 (4,339 days old) by lederstiefel1 ()        

I find this soo suuperb that these machines are still available!

Ralf


Post# 209044 , Reply# 9   5/8/2007 at 20:13 (4,338 days old) by toggleswitch (New York City, NY)        

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Now if someone were to make a 60s or 70's *Bojack* Maytag (er Maytag-esque) Dependable Care to the same exacting engineering standards as the authentic ones. they could proabably make some decent moolah.






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