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Turquoise - Flair and 1957 Kitchen Mid-Century Modern - $599 (Hebron, NY)
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Post# 737492   2/24/2014 at 20:47 (2,191 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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This just got posted - a day ago.... SO much here. Photos were not too clear.

" 1957 General Electric, Entire Kitchen, in Turquoise includes washer/dryer, dishwasher, oven, cooktop, refrig, stainless steel countertop (app. 10'long), add'l counter in Turquoise, above counter under lit shelf unit with sliding glass doors,( 1 glass door is missing) below counter turquoise cabinets. And butch block top. Original condition, has been cleaned up a bit. Everything but the washer/dryer worked before removal. Won't breakup set, has been in storage for over 5 years. $599. Call Bill @518- "

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Post# 737494 , Reply# 1   2/24/2014 at 20:50 (2,191 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Frigidaire Flair 60's Electric Range -$650 (Middleburgh

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More Turquoise...

" 1960's Frigidaire Flair Custom Imperial Electric Range in Turquoise. All working order and in good shape. $650 OBO "

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Post# 737498 , Reply# 2   2/24/2014 at 21:00 (2,191 days old) by mopar65 (Almont MI)        
How nice!

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I hope some one can save the set. Where would you find the hole thing like that... To cool!

Post# 737553 , Reply# 3   2/25/2014 at 06:41 (2,191 days old) by turquoisedude (Ogden & St-Liboire (where??), QC, Canada)        

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That GE Kitchen Centre, cabinets and refrigerator were up for sale last summer - the price has dropped since then BUT caveat emptor! I bought a GE washer/dryer and wall oven unit from a similar set, also "in storage for 5 years" from a fellow in the Syracuse area last summer. Both items were rusted to the point of no return - the washer tub was shot and the 'button trap' at the bottom of the washer tub was rotted right out. Same thing with the oven liner... I wound up parting out both items and scrapping them. If anyone is serious about them, you'd need to inspect them very carefully, trust me!!

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