12:53PM | 12/16/03
Member Since: 12/15/03
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I just bought a 1966 home that has the orginal gas Tappan Fabulous 400 Visualite. It is in excellent condition, but thinking of selling it. Does anyone know what it would be worth?

plumber Tom

01:52PM | 12/16/03
Member Since: 05/10/03
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I love those old stoves! The ole saying is true,"They just don't make them like they used to!" Big cast-iron burners, porcelain tops and drawers. I know a friend of mine who got 1 from an auction. It's functional like yours still is, however his wife decided to just leave it in the dining room as a conversation piece. She kind of "dressed" it up with antiques like a copper kettle, and old bread warmer, etc. It looks awesome ! I guess the best thing to do if you don't want it is to check local consignment shops, auction houses, etc.


01:10PM | 09/02/13
Member Since: 09/02/13
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Is this still for sale? If so where are you and what condition is it in today? How much are you asking?


08:53AM | 12/28/13
Hi Brenda, I just purchased a home with Tappan Fabulous 400 included. This stove is electric, and looks like they've never cooked on it. I will sell it for the right price if you are interested. Make me a offer, I'm located in Jackson, MI.
Thanks, Kris


09:00AM | 12/28/13
BTW if anybody is interested in this electric Tappan Fabulous 400, e-mail me to with offer.
Thanks, Kris


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