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rswink

08:45PM | 10/05/09
Member Since: 10/05/09
8 lifetime posts
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This is a Youngstown Kitchen Sink and Base from the late 1950's, early 1960's. The sink does have three places where the porcelain is worn through or chipped. It is a good candidate for being reglazed. The base is a light brown and has four drawers on one side and another drawer with a door underneath. There is a shelf behind the door. There is some rust on the floor of the cabinet under the sink behind the double doors. The sink is 54" wide overall. The bowl is 16" front to back, 20" wide and 6" deep.
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rswink

08:47PM | 10/05/09
Member Since: 10/05/09
8 lifetime posts
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FDBTHREE

09:07AM | 10/14/09
Member Since: 07/07/05
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Do you still have this base, where are you located and how much are you asking ?? thanks Ferral FDBTHREE@yahoo.com

mrmonten

05:48AM | 12/17/09
Member Since: 12/16/09
1 lifetime posts
Hi, how mush do you want for the kitchen cabinet and were is the location of the item?

Thanks, Monte @ 914-204-9438

rswink

04:33PM | 07/19/11
Member Since: 10/05/09
8 lifetime posts
This item is no longer available.

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