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Vintage Pink Stove - $300(tri-cities Washington)
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Post# 743761   3/20/2014 at 23:51 (2,168 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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really different - wonder what GE had to match it in other appliances, or if they did?

Ad: " This is a GE stove it is definitely Pink and older. It does work just fine it is in a rental and we are changing it out to a white stove. It does have the pink range hood to match. We are asking $300 OBO. "

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Post# 743780 , Reply# 1   3/21/2014 at 03:27 (2,168 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        
Interesting stove but-

The stove has a sensi-temp burner but it's kind of hard determining which burner it applies to from the pics that have been taken.

And is that a peek-a-boo window into the oven on the front of the stove? A rare feature on some stoves.

Lastly, when was the last time they cleaned the upper glass on that back splash. You can't even read the smaller dials around the clock because of all the grime.

Post# 743794 , Reply# 2   3/21/2014 at 06:05 (2,168 days old) by appnut (TX)        

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Oh look, ugly pink appliance!! Yes, the Visi-bake window.

Post# 743797 , Reply# 3   3/21/2014 at 06:14 (2,168 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        
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A high-end model. I'm thinking its a TOL 30-incher from the 1963 model year, the last model year before P*7, which was introduced in Fall, 1963 for the 1964 model year.

The Sensi-Temp burner is the right front one. If this range had a really comprehensive cleaning, it would show very differently.

Only trouble is, this is not a range for a household with cats. There were problems with cats prancing on those burner control pushbuttons mounted at the sides of the cooktop, with some house fires resulting. GE later moved the burner controls, on both the free-standing 30-inch version and the Americanas, which used the same frame.

Phil - Pink was just another one of GE's color choices at the time, available across the line. If you were girly enough to want them, you could have every one of your majors in the color. GE's choices of the time were White, Turquoise, Yellow, Pink, Coppertone and stainless/brushed chrome.

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