Mar 6, 2008

My Vintage Stove

I'm always telling everyone about my vintage stove. I actually bought it for the store when we first opened in 2001. I thought we would use it for display purposes but it quickly became to cumbersome in the store. We started selling so much furniture it was always in the way and trust me, this thing wieghs a ton.

So, I took it home to my own kitchen! My plumber thought i was crazy when i had him hook up the gas line but he knew i loved it and did as he was told. The stove top worked great but the oven never really stayed at a constant temperature. Let's just say i don't do much baking.

I finally found a vintage stove repair place in California that would fix the thermostat and I quicky sent it off for a diagnosis. I've got a working oven now, still have to manually light the pilot light but that makes for an interesting party.


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His Tender Mercies said...

I would love a vintage stove for my kitchen but I don't know where to get one locally. Looking on- line restored vintage stoves are soooo expensive. I love yours.