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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-03-2011, 09:53 PM Thread Starter

 
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cooking

Cooking with this baby will float my wife's boat.

If you might have any insight into this resurrection please share.

http://cincinnati.craigslist.org/atq/2180146274.html

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GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-04-2011, 04:07 AM
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A little magic eraser (even the generic) goes a long way. It shouldn't bother any paint or p-coat if you are easy with it. Now find the matching fridge. That would be
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I'd like to find a parts source.
I was thinking just that Dave a good scrubbing and tire kicking would be enough. The current owner has it in use.So I'm not to worried about it working.

My wife has always wanted a stove like Rachel Ray's.I'd have to keep her out of the garage until I could install.

I thought about the fridge also but it might be to expensive with electricity.

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GOOD service CHEAP won't be FAST
GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
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post #4 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-04-2011, 08:36 AM
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They make an overlay for fridges. That is what Rachel Ray has. She uses a modern fridge with plastic cosmetic parts. And I agree magic eraser, and some elbow grease and it will look amazing. If it needs paint Home Depot has appliance paint that will hold up to serious temps. You are a good husband for thinking of her and taking the time to look for that stove.

I don't ride, I cook!
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I have an old fridge (from the early 60s) and it is incredible

That is a steal for an old chambers stove. Get it.

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You are a good husband for thinking of her and taking the time to look for that stove.
Not like me. I have made Mandy suffer with a stove that the oven fails every once in a while.
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post #7 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-04-2011, 09:10 AM Thread Starter

 
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We have a fella that redid our tub.He also does antique appliances. I can't really make any decisions until I pick it up.

Pictures and people selling things tend to show the best side of any idem.

Although driving to Cin.Ohio kind of commits one to the purchase.

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GOOD - CHEAP - FAST
You can pick any two
GOOD service CHEAP won't be FAST
GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
and cold beer.

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I have an old fridge (from the early 60s) and it is incredible

That is a steal for an old chambers stove. Get it.

I've seen them for $3-4K restored seems a reasonable investment.

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We offer three kinds of service @ Resurrection
GOOD - CHEAP - FAST
You can pick any two
GOOD service CHEAP won't be FAST
GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
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Worst case, my p-coat guy can handle something that size. It's really cool. Keep us updated
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post #10 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-04-2011, 09:54 AM
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You know that Pawn Stars knockoff in Naperville? With the chicks? They did an episode where they have an old stove like this and took it locally for repair and it was an amazing redo and the cost wasn't too bad. Call them and ask them who their repair guy was.
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Thanks I'll look into that.

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We offer three kinds of service @ Resurrection
GOOD - CHEAP - FAST
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and cold beer.

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Thats cheap for a stove like that .

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more money but cheaper to fetch?
http://chicago.craigslist.org/wcl/app/2188961456.html

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did you end up getting that stove?

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post #15 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-25-2011, 04:25 PM Thread Starter

 
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No she wanted the cash instead.So much for surprises.

Did I give her the cash ? not a chance in hell.

Will I try again some day? maybe.

Funny how money changes what they want.

Women OMG

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We offer three kinds of service @ Resurrection
GOOD - CHEAP - FAST
You can pick any two
GOOD service CHEAP won't be FAST
GOOD service FAST won't be CHEAP
FAST service CHEAP won't be GOOD
and cold beer.

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hahahaha, well said.

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great project. my grandparents had one
couldnt find parts though
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