I am in the midst of remodeling the kitchen of our 1920's home, and would rather find a home for the existing cabinets, than throw them out.
They are 1950's era Youngstown metal cabinets, white, with boomerang shaped handles.
I have a large sink base(60") with all porcelain top (single sink), 2- 30"x30"x24" deep base units, and 2- 30"x30"x12" deep wall units.
I also have a second 60" sink base,(youngstown white metal too) but will probably need a new top, as the porcelain top is in very poor condition.
Anyone intersted in purchasing these, please respond, I will try to generate some photos for viewing ASAP.
Hello. I'm interested in learning more about your cabinets. Can you please tell me where you are located and can you provide pics?
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