09:35AM | 04/02/08
Member Since: 04/01/08
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Vintage 1950’s Youngstown Steel Kitchen Cabinets

These cabinets were recently removed from the home in which they were installed in 1958, when the home was built. The home was occupied by one family with two adults, no children and with the cabinets located in an upstairs, second kitchen the use was generally light. Every drawer and shelf was covered by paper for the entire time the cabinets were used. The inside surfaces are in very good condition and considering 48 years of use, the outside surfaces are in good condition as well. All of the pulls are original and in very good condition. The sink is white porcelain, in good condition and includes the faucet set. The cabinets are still painted with their original white. Each cabinet is serial numbered. There are 97 linear inches of white/black/silver patterned countertop with chrome trim.

Total No. of cabinets: 9

Base cabinets: 4

·sink base, 35h x 36w x 24d, w/36 x 24 white porcelain sink

·lazy susan for 35h x 24w x 24d corner space

·base, 35h x 30w x 24d

·base, 35h x 27w x 24d

Wall cabinets: 5

·wall (over refrigerator), 15h x 36w x 13d

·wall (over stove w/vent hole), 18h x 42w x 13d, w/spacer 6 x 18

·wall (corner), 30h x 25w x 25d

·wall, 30h x 30h x 13d

·wall, 30h x 21w x 13d

The cabinets are located in Knoxville, TN. I have more pictures I can email.


01:17PM | 04/20/08
Member Since: 11/02/07
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Hello, do you still have the cabinets? How much are you asking for them??



11:06AM | 07/11/08
Member Since: 07/10/08
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Did you sell these and if so, for approximately how much? We have a set of lower cabinets we would like to sell. Am located in Montana. Any info you can send would be great. Thanks.


05:51PM | 03/22/09
Member Since: 03/21/09
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Hi, are any of these cabinets still available? If so, how much are you asking for them? I live up in KY but could drive down to get them anytime. Please email and let me know. Thanks!



08:18PM | 08/07/13
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