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Post# 749428   4/12/2014 at 00:54 (2,183 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        

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Post a wish list of  appliances with images if possible. Not appliances you have already, but the ones you have been searching for and so far not found. From Washers to toasters. You never know, someone might see what you are looking for and give you a heads up! Have fun!




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Post# 749433 , Reply# 1   4/12/2014 at 02:02 (2,183 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        

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Kitchen Aid KDS-58, in white:

 

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Whirlpool Calypso Washer and Dryer in white:

 

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Or the equivalent Kenmore version:

 

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A Hoover Twin Tub (any color):

 

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Early generation Maytag AMP, Whirlpool, Kenmore washer:

 

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ANY '60's bottom mount freezer refrigerator in white. (Door swing must be to the right):

 

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Amana RR 4D or similar:

 

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Vornado Window Fan:

 

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Theres more, I'll keep posting.

 

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Post# 749450 , Reply# 2   4/12/2014 at 06:03 (2,182 days old) by turquoisedude (Ogden & St-Liboire (where??), QC, Canada)        

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No images, but here's my list:

A frame for a GE Princess 24 inch dishwasher (1957-1960)

A Late 50s Kenmore Roto-Rack top-load portable dishwasher

A 1958 Pink Dominion dryer (to match the busted washer)

A late 50s or early 60s Westinghouse roll-out dishwasher

the elusive 1960 GE 24-inch pull-out dishwasher (with the 4 cycle buttons)

An early Unimatic washer W0-65 or similar (with dryer even better!)

A Moffat top-load dishwasher from the late 50s (would actually have been a D&M)

A Crocker-Wheeler Toast-o-lator

A Sunbeam C50 vacuum coffee pot

That's about all I'd have room for... LOL


Post# 749454 , Reply# 3   4/12/2014 at 06:30 (2,182 days old) by xraytech (Rural southwest Pennsylvania )        

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for me it would be this I believe 1966 GE Filter Flo and matching dryer.
Prefer white, but would take coppertone.

Would be a bonus if a suds saver like grandmas was




Would also like a 1978 JCPenney washer in white to match my dryer


Post# 749461 , Reply# 4   4/12/2014 at 07:23 (2,182 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Ultramtic's wish list...

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I posted some of these Louie, but they're not near you...oh well...sorry:


1) Vintage 1970 Hoover Spin-Drying Washing Machine 0519 - $175 (Howards Grove) - sheboygan.craigslist.org/app/4403...

2)Vintage 1972 Amana Radarange (Crystal Lake) - chicago.craigslist.org/nwc/app/44...

and

3)Some options for the washer and dryer:

a). Whirlpool calypso washer and free dryer! - $125 (Los lunas) - albuquerque.craigslist.org/app/44...

The dryer is free - I'm sure these will be gone this weekend...even with a dryer problem.

b) Whirlpool calypso washer and dryer - $300 (Archer) - gainesville.craigslist.org/app/43...

c) Needs a washer pump..nearer to you .. Kenmore Elite Calypso Washer And Dryer - $200 (Apollo) - pittsburgh.craigslist.org/for/441...

4) Vornado Adjustable Industrial Window Fan-1 Speed - $99 (Washington, PA) - pittsburgh.craigslist.org/bfs/441...





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Post# 749475 , Reply# 5   4/12/2014 at 08:20 (2,182 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Vornado Adjustable Industrial Window Fan-1 Speed - $99 (Wash

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ad: ' An adjustable industrial window fan with one speed for sale. This fan has spacing panels that slide in and out with springs to hold it in the window. The fan can be turned up or down to direct the air. A toggle switch turns the fan on and off. Being sold for $99.99 or best offer...."

CLICK HERE TO GO TO ovrphil's LINK on Pittsburgh Craigslist


Post# 749478 , Reply# 6   4/12/2014 at 08:34 (2,182 days old) by jetaction (Minneapolis)        
Here's my list!

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60's Custom Imperial Dishwasher. This was the machine I remember helping Grandma load as a child. Correction, loading for Grandma! (Thanks Dynaflow for the picture!)

Post# 749507 , Reply# 7   4/12/2014 at 09:36 (2,182 days old) by epixstar128 (toledo)        

Im looking for a 40 inch double oven gas stove with griddle. I like the one in the pic but open t. Lots of other models as well.

Post# 749536 , Reply# 8   4/12/2014 at 12:23 (2,182 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        

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Hey thanks Phil. Yep you hit it right on the nose!


Post# 749550 , Reply# 9   4/12/2014 at 13:45 (2,182 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        

Eric,
If I had the stove that you posted in that pic I know I'd be beside myself. That unit looks amazing.

I know that while cooking on that I'd have a spatula or spoon in one hand and a hot wet dish rag in the other ready to wipe any splatter the second it lands on the stove. lol

Rick


Post# 749552 , Reply# 10   4/12/2014 at 13:57 (2,182 days old) by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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This is a Miele corner on a trade show. I think it makes a nice picture of what I would like. :-)




Post# 749577 , Reply# 11   4/12/2014 at 16:34 (2,182 days old) by epixstar128 (toledo)        

I know its a okefe and merrit stove i doubt i will ever get anything that nice

Post# 749584 , Reply# 12   4/12/2014 at 17:25 (2,182 days old) by appnut (TX)        

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My wish list (assuming I possessed a house large enough to accommodate any/all of these)

Washer & Dryer
Frigidaire WCI58 & DCI58
Frigidaire 1965-1967 Custom Imperial washer & Filtrator Dryer
The 3-speed Custom Imperial 1/18 pair
Bendix Duomatic
Maytag 806 pair
1970 Lady Kenmore pair
The WP Mark 12 3-speed washer and matching dryer with the door that swung to the side or drop-down
GE Versatronic variable speed washer & matching dryer.

Dishwashers
1972-1974 Lady Kenmore Rotorack
1985/1986 Lady Kenmore/Sears Best UltraWash all pushbutton with Rapid Advance Timer
GE 4-button cycled impeller dishwasher
Maytag DU504 or DU704 and a DU902--these far enough into the production whereby the water heating was thermostatically controlled and delayed the timer while water heated
GE GSD1200 PotScrubber
GE PotScrubber II Model 1000
KitchenAid KDS18
KitchenAid KDS23 (according to SteveT, this had the SureTemp water heating, but continued to circulate water and wash/rinse while water heating--thus THE perfect Superba
1967 or 1968 TOL TimeLine Westinghouse dishwasher.
the 1969 or 1970 GE Versatronic dishwasher.

Cooking
40" TOL GE with P7 self cleaning main oven and the panels in the small oven that went in the large oven during cleaning cycle--dial controlled surface units
36" GE cooktop with the variable size 8" burner
TOL GE double oven with dual P7 ovens
30" GE Versatronic range
1977 Litton 1500 Meal-In-One Microwave

Fridge
Largest GE with slide-out bottom freezer drawer--did these ever include an ice maker?
Largest Frigidaire with the space-age compressor and ice maker
Amanna DeepFreeze

TOL BatchFeed KitchenAid and Maytag garbage disposers
In-Sinkerator Trash Compactor

I think that covers all my laundry, food storage, cooking, dishwashing and refuse disposal needs.


Post# 749588 , Reply# 13   4/12/2014 at 17:57 (2,182 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        

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Wow, that's one impressive list Bob!


Post# 749631 , Reply# 14   4/12/2014 at 22:50 (2,182 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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What a list, Bob! I think you'll need a Biltmore House(Asheville, NC) . :-) I copied the list - just to research what these look like.

Post# 749663 , Reply# 15   4/13/2014 at 05:23 (2,181 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        
Once More, With Feeling:

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This is the last item on my wish list - I have the range I wanted (a 1972 GE J 370), the dishwasher I wanted (a 1966 KitchenAid KDS-55) and the laundry pair I wanted (a 1968 pair of A806 washer and DE806 dryer).

That leaves only a refrigerator, and yes, I'm still wanting an Amana from the '70s. I am looking only for one in White - no colors need apply. And I'm looking for the earlier in this series, the better. The photo below shows the model I'm looking for - but in the wrong color.

Note the presence of the fancy little embossed anodized or stainless strips at the bottom of the freezer door and the top of the fridge door. That is the version that warms my flinty little heart the mostest. Later Amanas have either Ye Olde Fayke Woode Graine strips, or none at all on the latest models to use this style handle. A close-up of the desired trim is in the next post. I do not know the exact years on this version, but Mary Tyler Moore had one of these Amanas in Coppertone in her second, high-rise apartment, first seen in 1975.


Post# 749664 , Reply# 16   4/13/2014 at 05:25 (2,181 days old) by danemodsandy (The Bramford, Apt. 7-E)        
The Trim!

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Here's a close-up of the trim strip. Don't know what it is about this that "sends" me, but that's Appliance Love for you:

Post# 749707 , Reply# 17   4/13/2014 at 10:50 (2,181 days old) by maytag63 (South Berwick, Maine)        

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Any of the Maytag push-button models.

A pair of A906 washer and DE906 dryer would be nice.


Post# 749787 , Reply# 18   4/13/2014 at 16:41 (2,181 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        
Philco 1964

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Love to find this one...

 

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Post# 749847 , Reply# 19   4/13/2014 at 19:36 (2,181 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
13 years to find one!

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Here's a Philco Noiseless, ca. 1971:

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Post# 749881 , Reply# 20   4/13/2014 at 21:31 (2,181 days old) by PhilR (Quebec Canada)        

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I already found quite a few appliances on my wish list but here are some more:

 

1958 Frigidaire FP-142 refrigerator

 

1964 Frigidaire WCI-64/DCIF-64 Custom Imperial laundry pair

 

1965 Frigidaire FPI-16BAL refrigerator


1966 Frigidaire DW-JMK Custom Imperial dishmobile with the Ride-Aire kit.

 

1966 Frigidaire FI-16K refrigerator

 

1967 Frigidaire FLP-19BAL refrigerator

 

1967 Frigidaire RCI-75L range

 

1967 Frigidaire WF-ISL / DE-IFL laundry pair

 

1968-70 Frigidaire WF-ISN / DE-ISN Laundry pair 

 

1969 Frigidaire RCI-75P range

 

A Frigidaire CWS twin tub washer

 

Frigidaire Touch-N-Cook appliances

 

Any Canadian Frigidaire air conditioner from 1964 to 1970.

 

 

And a few other appliances, among them, a Kitchen Aid KDS 14, An early Corning range, an Amana RR-1 microwave.

 


Post# 749918 , Reply# 21   4/14/2014 at 07:14 (2,180 days old) by turquoisedude (Ogden & St-Liboire (where??), QC, Canada)        

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Geez, Phil, no Frigidaire disposer?? LOL

Post# 749943 , Reply# 22   4/14/2014 at 10:27 (2,180 days old) by countryford (Phoenix, AZ)        

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For me it would be a 1957 Lady Kenmore Washer(already have the dryer), 1958 Frigidaire Custom Imperial Washer(again already have the dryer) and of cours the 1957 Frigidaire Custom Imperial Washer and dryer(Control tower).


Post# 749997 , Reply# 23   4/14/2014 at 14:31 (2,180 days old) by ultramatic (New York City)        

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C'mon guys, pictures would be great. SmileHow would someone be able to spot what you're looking for?


Post# 749998 , Reply# 24   4/14/2014 at 14:39 (2,180 days old) by whirlykenmore78 (Prior Lake MN (GMT-0700 CDT.))        
On my wishlist.

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1. 1976 Lady K. washer and dryer in Harvest Gold.
2. KDS-18 and KDS-20 dishwashers.

I'll think of more but that is a start.
WK78


Post# 750019 , Reply# 25   4/14/2014 at 16:03 (2,180 days old) by boboh1 (California)        
I Really Need....

Any turquoise Maytag dryer that would be a good match for my turquoise A702.

Post# 750100 , Reply# 26   4/14/2014 at 20:05 (2,180 days old) by Kenmoreguy64 (Charlotte, NC)        

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Here's one --- and mine will probably make you laugh or snarl a little bit...

There is still a small assortment of Kenmore models that I would really like to find. One of those is a machine that I know to exist, but I'm not sure I have ever seen one, if I did it would have been back in 1982. I have posted a picture, borrowed from Nick / WhirlyKenmore78 to help illustrate (see below).

Nick's washer is a 1981 Kenmore 100 series machine in a 24-inch cabinet. While I would love one of these, what would cause a "Great Googly Moogly" moment for me would be its 29-inch clone, which is a 1982 model. So, look at the pic, and imagine the same console and cabinet just widened, then you know what is on the top of my wish list. This machine was offered in 1982 and 1983. Being BOL, Sears may have had them on the floor or available for special order, but I'd bet they tried to steer most buyers away from them.

There were two other versions of this since the mid-1970s. First was a 1976 100 series, same single cycle, same plastic panel, just a tad different graphics, no cold wash. This was a large capacity, Penta-Vane model. If you get the 1978 Kenmore washer lineup emphemera document, you'll see a picture/drawing of the machine.

The other was a 1980 100 series, in a standard capacity configuration. Same machine again, just a standard tub with a straight vane agitator. They had very slightly revised graphics again, but same overall appearance. This machine and Nick's probably make the most sense to own as the tubs aren't so gargantuan to fill without an adjustable water level selector switch.

Any of those three, but especially the 1982 version, would be at the top of my wish list.

Gordon


Post# 750111 , Reply# 27   4/14/2014 at 20:21 (2,180 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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I think I've seen your machines, Gordon, in the many pages of searching CL. I'll be sure to bring them to your attention to verify if they're the ones or not.

Post# 750113 , Reply# 28   4/14/2014 at 20:26 (2,180 days old) by Kenmoreguy64 (Charlotte, NC)        

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Thanks Phil. I know you do the best job possible in combing through the ads. I will speak for everyone in saying that we all APPRECIATE YOU!

Gordon


Post# 750248 , Reply# 29   4/15/2014 at 11:53 (2,179 days old) by countryford (Phoenix, AZ)        

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Here is a picture of the 1957 Frigidaire washer and dryer set.


Post# 750249 , Reply# 30   4/15/2014 at 11:54 (2,179 days old) by countryford (Phoenix, AZ)        

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The 1957 Lady Kenmore Washer(again I already have the dryer in pink)


Post# 750250 , Reply# 31   4/15/2014 at 11:55 (2,179 days old) by countryford (Phoenix, AZ)        

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1958 Frigidaire Washer(I have the dryer in pink.)


Post# 750255 , Reply# 32   4/15/2014 at 12:18 (2,179 days old) by chachp (North Little Rock, AR)        
60's Custom Imperial Dishwasher

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60's Custom Imperial Dishwasher like the one posted by Jetaction above. For the longest time I wanted the KDS-15 which I now have. Second in line was this Frigidaire dishwasher.

I'd also like a hotpoint front loading Impeller machine from the 50s with the separate roll out racks. There was stainless one posted for sale not long ago but was too far away. Seems like they are alwasy too far away :(!

Except I do have to say the KDS-15 was far away and the seller agreed to deliver it so I can always hope!!


Post# 750267 , Reply# 33   4/15/2014 at 12:35 (2,179 days old) by chachp (North Little Rock, AR)        
Actually there are more:

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I'd love to have a princess Todd I mean a princess like Todd's.








Post# 759799 , Reply# 34   5/27/2014 at 14:12 (2,137 days old) by mm1332 ()        
Wish list: Maytag avocado green washer dryer

I don't know the year or model but I am guessing 1969-1972 somewhere in there.
Dying for this pair!


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Post# 759810 , Reply# 35   5/27/2014 at 15:09 (2,137 days old) by appnut (TX)        
The above-shown avocado Maytags

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Maria, those are actually between 1975 (when the gold/sun sunburst control panel style) came out through about 1980 with the end of the center-dial 'Tags. The washer is an A408 (Fabric-Matic) 1-speed model and the dryer is a D408--2 temperature with auto dry control, but not electronic control dry. A very respectable middle of the line (MOL) pair. I'll keep an eye out on Craigslist from San Antonio to Waco for you.

Post# 759940 , Reply# 36   5/28/2014 at 00:10 (2,137 days old) by jakeseacrest (Massachusetts)        

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A reverse rack Maytag or Jenn Air portable dishwasher with water heating options in excellent condition

Post# 760470 , Reply# 37   5/30/2014 at 17:07 (2,134 days old) by newvista58 (Northern NJ)        
JUST A COUPLE OF THINGS.....

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I definitely would love to have a pair of Maytags from 58-63
in Turquoise or Yellow.

HOWEVER, I would be more than happy (as one of the other guys did)
if I could get the Tops for a '61 A700S & DE700 in Turquoise or
Yellow, and then I could put them on my white Pair, and paint the
bodies to match.

A Frogeye Washer & Dryer would be cool. I almost got
a washer once, but the owner took greater pleasure in throwing it out :(

A Lady Kenmore 1959 Washer & Dryer in Turquoise or Yellow.

One of the Washstands, with Sink & Built-in Dishwasher; Kaiser, GE,
Hotpoint etc.

Of Course a Wonder Kitchen in Turquoise or Yellow.

A Vintage Kitchen Sink Disposal.


WOW, My list is longer than I thought it would be / LOL.

It is a "Wish" List, if any of it comes to be, Great, if not,
I know I'm blessed for what I have already gotten :)

May Everyones Wishes Come True :)



Post# 760488 , Reply# 38   5/30/2014 at 19:10 (2,134 days old) by wringer (x)        
Three

of the Speed Queens and Maytag I would like to add to my collection. I can dream on I guess LOL.

Jim


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