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Retro Stainless steel wall oven. From the 60's or 70's (not sure). IN excellent working condition. T
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Post# 743756   3/20/2014 at 23:31 (2,168 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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ad: " Retro Stainless steel wall oven. From the 60's or 70's (not sure). IN excellent working condition.
These applainces have been well maintained and taken care of!
I have this oven for $350, a GE electric cook top 4 burner in almond for $300 with matching hood (light, vent fan) for $150.00. I also have a sink with newer chrome faucet still attached (and water purifier) for $100 and a kitchen aid dishwasher for $200
Located for pick up in Fairfield "

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Post# 743757 , Reply# 1   3/20/2014 at 23:38 (2,168 days old) by appnut (TX)        

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Those were all upper middle of line or higher products of the day. Bucks were spent.

Post# 743784 , Reply# 2   3/21/2014 at 04:04 (2,168 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        

All nice appliances--- I agree. But I think what the seller is asking for is a little on the high side.

Post# 743803 , Reply# 3   3/21/2014 at 06:27 (2,168 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        
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If anyone is considering that handsome wall oven, be advised that getting measurements from the seller would be an excellent idea.

Why? Because I think it's the 24-inch-wide version, not the more common 27-inch-wide version. GE made both widths for a while there to service the replacement market, and to encourage owners who already had a wall oven to upgrade to P*7. Many wall ovens of the late '50s/early '60s were 24 inchers, so having new models that would fit the older spaces was a good sales strategy for a while there.

Post# 743891 , Reply# 4   3/21/2014 at 14:24 (2,167 days old) by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

I'm thinking its a 24" wall oven, too. Still very nice.

Post# 743924 , Reply# 5   3/21/2014 at 16:15 (2,167 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        

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It's '70s, not '60s, though nearly identical.

The fake injection-molded woodgrain handle insert marks it as '70s. Earlier units had a brushed metal insert.

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