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cruisin97

10:19PM | 06/23/06
Member Since: 06/23/06
20 lifetime posts
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I am renovating a 1960 kitchen that has a complete set of Youngstown Tappan metal cabinets, with a Tappan electric cooktop and wall oven. Cabinets are a coppery brown color and mostly in good shape. Sink base even has the nameplate.

Counter has chrome edge and white metal backsplash.

Anyone know if there is any collector interest or market in such items? Perhaps I should fill the recycling bin.

Any advice would be appreciated.


calhart1998

03:20AM | 07/05/06
Member Since: 07/03/06
2 lifetime posts
Sir,

Do you still need to get rid of those metal cabinets? I am doing a remodel of a loft/warehouse where the cabinets would be very appropriate.

Where are they located and what would you want for them?

Thanks,

Calvin - Houston, TX

susan1142

02:15PM | 07/07/06
Member Since: 12/26/05
6 lifetime posts
I might still be interested in these, but I would like to see pictures, if you have them. Where are these located and what are you asking for them?You can send pictures to me at delaware142@yahoo.com. Thanks!

loum702

09:40PM | 08/05/06
Member Since: 08/05/06
15 lifetime posts
DO YOU STILL HAVE THEM. I HOPE YOU DIDN'T TOSS THEM AS I HAVE FOUND THEM TO BE IN HIGH DEMAND. BESIDES; RECYCLE/REUSE IS ALWAYS GOOD FOR EVERYONE. LET ME KNOW...THANKS!
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