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For the Yellow Appliances Fans- Vintage Antique 1960's Electric GE Stove/Oven - $275 (S.E. Portland
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Post# 759811   5/27/2014 at 15:12 (2,099 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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24 hour ago post, bet it goes soon

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Post# 759812 , Reply# 1   5/27/2014 at 15:19 (2,099 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Bright Yellow Fridge - Vintage Refrigerator - $100 (nashvill

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Post# 759815 , Reply# 2   5/27/2014 at 15:55 (2,099 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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That stove to the right of the fridge is fantastic!  Is that late 60s/early 70s?

 

That GE is stunning.  Good thing it's in Oregon. Laughing


Post# 759862 , Reply# 3   5/27/2014 at 18:45 (2,099 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Correct link for Nashville fridge

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I still haven't figured out why the https occurs - but here's the correct link -

that stove looks early 60's or ? late 50's ?

Posted this with you in mind, as I read you liked yellow appliances...I do too, but pastels only.


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Post# 759878 , Reply# 4   5/27/2014 at 19:40 (2,099 days old) by pulltostart (Mobile, AL)        

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That Hotpoint drop-in would be about a 1971 model. Pretty jazzy styling!

lawrence


Post# 759902 , Reply# 5   5/27/2014 at 21:06 (2,099 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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I like all of the colors to be honest. We're slowly converting our kitchen appliances to sunny yellow.

If left to my own devices, I'd go with all Coppertone, but my better half is not as fond of that palette as I am. :)


Post# 759907 , Reply# 6   5/27/2014 at 21:19 (2,099 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Yellow is cheerful ; coppertone is more sober, almost more formal compared to the yellows. I like both, too.

Post# 759909 , Reply# 7   5/27/2014 at 21:45 (2,099 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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This is our stove.  As you can see, we like our vintage appliances.  Laughing  I agree with you that the coppertone is definitely more of a formal look.  Hmmm...maybe a 2nd kitchen is in order?!  It would have to be off the books, as it's against our county code now to have a 2nd kitchen.  Not sure why.  We're in a split level and I could see cooking in the lower level as a huge plus in the winter.


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Post# 759917 , Reply# 8   5/27/2014 at 22:29 (2,099 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
Thanks for showing off the yellow stove

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It looks a bit green, but I'm sure it's not.

That's the silliest craziest anti-consumerist and home appliance-hindering idea I've ever heard - 2nd kitchens are not legal? What would you need to get one - create a second building structure ? I wouldn't believe it unless you told me.

Here's another yellow Frigidaire - this one may not be so desirable, as it looks too new compared to the 60's units


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Post# 759930 , Reply# 9   5/27/2014 at 23:14 (2,099 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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Oooh, I like those chrome strips on either side.  I really wish they'd put 1/10th the thought into modern appliances.  Yeah, the aqua on the walls and the fluorescent kind of gives it a greenish tint. 

 

Not sure why it isn't legal anymore in the county, but when we were looking at houses a few years ago, we saw some older ones with 2nd kitchens and we were told that they were no longer permitted.  It really is a load of BS, IMHO.


Post# 760925 , Reply# 10   6/2/2014 at 14:22 (2,093 days old) by mikael3 (Atlanta)        

I'm actually really shocked about the second kitchen rule. What about families that keep kosher? You don't have to have a whole second kitchen, but I know people who have little extra half-kitchens.

Post# 761055 , Reply# 11   6/2/2014 at 23:44 (2,093 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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I think people get around the regulation by stating they're building a butler's pantry. Then they sneak in a stove.

My parents had a neighbor that kept kosher. They built a second kitchen, but got around the rule by basically 'expanding' the kitchen into the next room.

In my opinion, it's a ridiculous rule and I'm not sure why it was ever put on the books.





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