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Older GE Electric range

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I am updating my Eichler kitchen and taking out a great condition vintage freestanding range. It looks a little like this one except the control panel is black with a wood effect trim on the very top:

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Mine is fully functional, all four rings and the oven. The other draws are for warming/storage.

I don't think the clock works however although the timer will buzz when you turn it and let it run.

It is 39 and 3/4" wide, about 25" deep without handles and about 36" high although that can usually be adjusted. It has a 3 pin, 40W 220v power cable.

There is some cooking-related dirt in the oven that should be an easy clean, a wipe over and four new ring element catch-cups and this would look like new. A really authentic looking and usuable range (when I say 'authentic', I know this probably dates from the 1970s or early 80s, e.g. it is not a truly original Thermador but it will still look very nice if you wanted to preserve that Midcentury look and feel, and still have a range that you can live and work with).

Email me for actual  pictures: paulr1234@yahoo.com and then come take a look and make an offer.

This will need to be collected on the evening of Friday June 14 or early on Saturday June 15, after that it goes to the Best Buy recycling folks, which would be a little sad.

If you wanted to buy a repcament 40" to drop into an existing opening, the least expensive Frigidaire or Kenmore will set you back $1,400 + tax. I'm looking for a fraction of that.