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3 Vintage Stoves - St. Louis Area
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Post# 742621   3/17/2014 at 07:44 (2,380 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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1) 1950s Vintage General Electric Stove/Oven - $375 (South County) -

This is a very nice Mid Century Range in great working condition,perfect for that 50s kitchen,picture says it all!375.00 obo,Please call or text with any questions.Thanks,Jerry.314

2)Vintage 1950s Pink Stove - $400 (olivette) -

3) Vintage 1959 GE Stove Oven NICE - $500 (Rolla) - ery good condition for the age, works. Plugs into standard oven socket. This is a REAL stove, not one of these lame ones being made these days. Go with an American classic. $500 cash firm. Respond by phone or text

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Post# 742726 , Reply# 1   3/17/2014 at 15:52 (2,380 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
They sure are!


Post# 742730 , Reply# 2   3/17/2014 at 16:00 (2,380 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

And will probably get to hold onto them for quite a while at those prices.

Post# 742776 , Reply# 3   3/17/2014 at 18:29 (2,380 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        

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That "'50s Range" in St. Louis is not badly overpriced. It's from around '72, and it represents the zenith of GE 40-inch range development. This one has all the virtues of earlier models, plus an oven window. It's still early enough to have the convenience outlets. The ad leads me to believe that the seller is representing that everything works, though of course I'd want to see the range to determine that for myself. If everything is working, including the Sensi-Temp, stack that $375 asking price up against the cost of a new 40-inch Frigidaire range, which has a design and build heritage that begins with Kelvinator and extends through WCI. The current MSRP on the base model in White is $1,699.

No Sensi-Temp, no convenience outlets, no cooktop lighting, no griddle or rotisserie or meat probe, and today's build quality, not yesteryear's. One thousand, six hundred ninety-nine dollars.

Does $375 look a bit more reasonable now? If you get one for less, that's great, but that doesn't happen every time. If I needed a 40-incher right this minute, I might well pay that for this unit if it checked out well.

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