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Vintage Ovens: Tappan GE's Frigidaire
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Post# 728421   1/17/2014 at 23:24 (2,364 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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1) GE STOVE - $75 (Hilton) -

2)FRIGIDAIRE - Electric Stove - $50 (west irondequoit) -

3) 1961 Antique General Electric Double Oven - $125 (LeRoy, NY) -

4)1950 GE Pink Electric Oven & Stove Top - $250 (Rochester, NY)-

4)Tappan 27" Double Oven - $200 (Webster, NY)-

Post# 728422 , Reply# 1   1/17/2014 at 23:26 (2,364 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
1961 / 1950 GE Ovens

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$125 / $250 respectively :-)

Post# 728423 , Reply# 2   1/17/2014 at 23:26 (2,364 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Ad : "High end Tapan double oven. Designer model. Bright chrome finish stainless with full glass doors.
Very reliable unit. The upper oven is self cleaning.
The lower oven has removable panels that go in the the upper oven for cleaning.
4' high opening."

Post# 728453 , Reply# 3   1/18/2014 at 03:37 (2,364 days old) by PhilR (Quebec Canada)        

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The Frigidaire Super has the Bake/Broil selector like many 1962-70 Canadian models. This feature was used just a few years on BOL US models (on some 1967-70 Super models I think).


It looks like a 1969-70 "P" model,  probably a RS-30 P. 


I think these ranges do not send 118V to the broil element while baking. Some Canadian ranges with the broil/bake selector did.

Post# 728483 , Reply# 4   1/18/2014 at 07:22 (2,363 days old) by pulltostart (Mobile, AL)        

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That Harvest Gold GE is so homely it's cute. Has to be a BOL P7 model, maybe 1970-1972-ish.


Post# 728621 , Reply# 5   1/18/2014 at 20:53 (2,363 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        

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It's later than '72, as evidenced by the clock/timer unit. The same basic range was offered in '72, but with a different clock/timer unit that was used on a lot of P*7 ranges at the time. The '72 version was Model J 342.

I'm thinking '75-'77, somewhere in there.

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