Thread Number: 89056  /  Tag: Member Selling Item(s)/Non Professionally
1964 Frigidaire GM Wall Oven & Cook top for sale
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Post# 1136296   12/16/2021 at 02:33 (465 days old) by Indigo444 (Milford)        

I am renovating our kitchen and have purchased new, I have a 1964 wall oven and cook top that I want to sell. Both are working condition. The cook top has one burner that is not working. The appliances are in really good condition, the oven needs some cleaning as I gave it a good scrub but used Dawn
Powerwash (I have pet birds so canít use Easy Off) I did the best I could and did not want to compromise the functionality of the oven.

If anyone is interested, I am in NJ

Reasonable offers will be considered, thanks!


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Post# 1136396 , Reply# 1   12/16/2021 at 20:31 (464 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

I think the cooktop might be older, not that there is anything wrong with that.

Post# 1136405 , Reply# 2   12/16/2021 at 21:30 (464 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
Fine

Units..


Post# 1136513 , Reply# 3   12/18/2021 at 01:12 (463 days old) by Indigo444 (Milford)        

Tom Turbomatic, it's possible. I can't seem to find any information on them. I am not sure their value, but the fact that they are still working over 50 years is AMAZING! They were here when we got the house in 2005, it was built in 1964 and everything in this kitchen was original, lol.



Post# 1136578 , Reply# 4   12/19/2021 at 08:42 (462 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

I was basing my guess on the sensor in the Heat Minder; it is more mid 50s than 1960s. I have a 1961 range with the Heat Minder and it uses the later design.

Post# 1136580 , Reply# 5   12/19/2021 at 11:07 (462 days old) by Steved (Guilderland, New York)        
I think itís the same as the oven

Hi Tom I think the cooktop is the same age as the oven. My 65 Flair has that style Heat Minder button whereas earlier models were a smaller diameter . Also, the burner rings are not concave like on earlier models.

Post# 1136584 , Reply# 6   12/19/2021 at 15:00 (462 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

Funny, my cooktop that was paired with the 1957 French door wall oven uses this original sensor so I don't think it is newer than the smaller solid button, BUT, I consulted the 1964 catalog of Frigidaire appliances and the Imperial cooktop does show the wide sensor for the Heat Minder. I guess there were two sensors.


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