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AnnetteH

04:40PM | 04/21/07
Member Since: 01/27/07
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We are remodeling our home and selling our American Kitchen steel cabinets manufactured by Avco, Connersville, IN. These are the original cabinets in the kitchen of our 1955 house. We are located in Denver, Colorado, but are willing to ship the cabinets if a buyer is willing to pay for the shipping.

The previous home owner took the cabinets to an auto body shop and had them spray painted turquoise blue. They were originally white and can easily be repainted. One lower door has a very slight dent on the face of the door.

Two pages of pictures can be found here: http://groups.msn.com/TheHalas/americankitchenssteelcabinet.msnw?Page=1

There are 13 pieces of cabinetry as follows:

Upper Cabinets (all 13" deep)

Two 24"x30" (dish cabinets)

One 42"x18" (over sink)

One 30"x18" (next to sink)

Two 36"x18" (over stove/fridge)

One 30"15" (next to fridge)

One 2"x18" (end spacer)

Wall mounting brackets are included.

Lower Cabinets (all 34.5" tall, 25" deep at the top of the drawer, and 23" deep at the base)

Two 24"wide (next to dishwasher/stove)

One 42" wide (under sink)

One 18" wide (next to sink)

One 15" wide (next to fridge)

If you are interested please e-mail us at: halaskitchen@hotmail.com

Will take best offer.
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AnnetteH

02:26PM | 06/26/07
Member Since: 01/27/07
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These cabinets have been sold.
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