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spieler

12:09AM | 01/20/10
Member Since: 01/19/10
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We have a rare GE top of the line original 1950's Stainless steel counter top complete with 1950's yellow metal cabinets. This unit is unique in that is original stainless steel top instead of the cheaper laminate.

It has a very heavy gauge stainless steel countertop/wsink,dishwasher,oven,broiler,cabinets,dishtowel, cabinets.drawers, all near pristine condition, no rust we have seen,no dents.

It can be sold together or separately. It would be great for a loft, galley kitchen, warehouse space, open space kitchen. It can be repainted to and customized. Ideally we would like to sell it together as it is a really rare piece. But we are open.

More pictures available will post

We are asking 2,500.00

We are located in Sacramento, California

looking forward to hearing from you!
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ellejaydub

01:22PM | 01/20/10
Member Since: 08/06/09
2 lifetime posts
Just wanted to let you know that what you have is called a Wonder Kitchen!

Do you have any other cabinets in addition to this unit?

More photos are always appreciated!

BTW, I'm from Modesto (now living in Missouri, so I can't take this baby off your hands!). NorCal represent! :)

52postnbeam

02:08PM | 01/21/10
Member Since: 01/20/10
1 lifetime posts
Hi there, I sent you an email, I'm interested in your kitchen and would appreciate the dimensions. I'm located in SoCal. Thanks!

J.B. Bell

09:48PM | 12/29/11
Member Since: 12/29/11
1 lifetime posts
I too have this kitchen set, what is really worth on ebay etc. jbbell2004@yahoo.com

mika5456

02:35PM | 12/30/11
Member Since: 12/22/11
11 lifetime posts
BEAUTIFUL!!!

hanerk

08:18PM | 04/23/12
Member Since: 04/23/12
1 lifetime posts
I have the same one, plus the three matching cabinets that go above. Just removed (carefully) Need to find a good home they are in NY...contact me for info kirkhaner@hotmail.com... these really are very rare.
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