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Vintage '50s General Electric All-in-One Stove/Dishwasher/Oven/Sink - $1000 (danville / san ramon)
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Post# 722382   12/21/2013 at 15:38 (3,768 days old) by dishwashercrazy (West Peoria, IL)        

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I just came across this Craigslist ad in the San Francisco Bay area.


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Post# 722394 , Reply# 1   12/21/2013 at 16:30 (3,767 days old) by hippiedoll ( arizona )        
home-ec. class....

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that's what this kitchen set up reminds me of, being back in jr. high, in my home-ec class!!! LOL....

Post# 722411 , Reply# 2   12/21/2013 at 18:01 (3,767 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        

Interesting set-up. It's the first time I've seen a complete stove in the lineup.
I've seen these with the cooktop and then a separate wall oven but not together as an actual "stove".

Post# 722430 , Reply# 3   12/21/2013 at 19:11 (3,767 days old) by rp2813 (Sannazay)        

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That almost looks like a patio kitchen scene.

Post# 722443 , Reply# 4   12/21/2013 at 20:01 (3,767 days old) by warmsecondrinse (Fort Lee, NJ)        

Interesting how the burner and oven controls are to the side. Was that an actual concern for safety or was there another reason?

I'd love to see a more modern design of this, perhaps with an added washer/dryer combo w/stacked separate (condensing) dryer. Maybe an 18" dishwasher (that looks like a 24") and a microwave. I bet it'd sell well in cities in the North East with micro apartments and even more micro kitchens.

The colour doesn't do anything for me though. I never liked that colour, even as a kid.

Post# 722445 , Reply# 5   12/21/2013 at 20:16 (3,767 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        

I think the controls off to the side would have been a safety issue so you wouldn't get burned while using it as well as to help preserve the controls from getting melted from the residual heat coming from the stove.

Post# 722745 , Reply# 6   12/23/2013 at 16:41 (3,765 days old) by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

The range in that unit is the standard 24" model, except instead of it's own porcelain top, it is set under the stainless top.

Paul's (Turquoisedude) range is like this in his Turquoise set-up.

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