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Old 12-29-2008, 05:01 PM   #1
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Thumbs down I sure hope none on D.C. bought one of these

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growabrain: Leopold Bloom

When I was looking for a vintage range a few years ago, I almost went with this guy because he was right here in Kansas!

Thank goodness I didn't. And the only reason I didn't go with this guy was he wasn't willing to work with me on paying for a restored vintage range and his prices were real high.

The one I finally got was from a reputable guy. Johnny's Classic Ranges

Johnny does a top notch job of renovating/restoring. Although my range is in storage, my mover/storage guy was super impressed and so am I. I got my range for a fraction of what most renovated Crown ranges go for and that even includes the shipping!

The luster of shiny new appliances can't compete with the virtues of Vintage: namely durability, simplicity, superior cooking and a cool retro look. https://leoladyshousecollectiblesandg....blogspot.com/
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