02:03PM | 01/02/08
Member Since: 01/01/08
1 lifetime posts
I have a 50's Youngstown metal Kitchen set, upper and lower basic starter cabinets. There are 8 pieces all together. It was painted a green color. I am the second owner. This was a working kitchen in the basement of the house I purchased. Am now remodeling the basement and would like to sell for a reasonable price to someone who will enjoy them.


02:19AM | 02/06/08
Member Since: 01/17/06
18 lifetime posts
I am looking for a 30" wide base cabinet and possibly 2 of the half shelf base units. If you have one, where are you located and what is your asking price?


01:33AM | 03/21/08
Member Since: 03/20/08
1 lifetime posts
i have a whole set of younstown kitchen cabinets and i am not really sure at this time what they are worth and am in the process of checking into what they are worth through a antique dealer.


03:29PM | 02/12/10
Member Since: 02/11/10
12 lifetime posts
Looking for these if you still have them. Where are you located and how much? Thanks



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