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#1 of 3 Old 11-14-2007, 02:49 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I have an antique gas stove that I *think* still works. I want to get rid of it, too. I just wondered where you think would be the best place to do that? It looks like something you would see in a Cracker Barrel, or something.

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E-bay or Craig's List. Those things are really collectible. If it doesn't work someone may want it for parts.

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Ugh, I had a vintage one, from liek the 50s I would guess, made by Tappan. It was SOO hard to get rid of. Took me about a year, but finally someone came and hauled it out of the basement (a challenge in itself). They were just selling it for scrap but I didn't care, I just wanted it gone!. Hopefully yours is more wanted than mine was!

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