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  1. #1
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    Default 1954 Frigidaire

    My husband just brought this home. It came out of his buddy's wife's grandmother's home. He said she bought it new in 54.

    Anyway, we're going to keep it til we build our cabin because it'll be perfect for that, but I am wondering if anyone knows what this beauty could be worth (for insurance reasons). the enamel is in excellent condition. we haven't plugged it in yet, but were told it works.
    here's some pics of it.
    also, how easy is it to find parts for these things, in case we ever need to replace one of the elements?










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    Hi Moni,

    I recently saw a Frigidaire range similar to this go for about $650.00 at an auction. This one had a broiler/rotisserie (complete w/ all the parts) which is a plus.

    The calrod elements are not too difficult to replace if you live near a large city; there are usually some vintage stove dealers around. It's the deep well cooker pieces and the little knobs and clock parts that are difficult to find. Guard those babies!

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    $650!

    You got to be kidding me!

    I have replace more then a couple of these types of stoves over the years.
    In the trash they go. I have also rewired a number of them.

    The last large replacement burner we got for one a couple weeks ago had a retail price of something like $70.00

    Sometimes we save the old burners out of them, but never save the whole stove.

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    I've got one of these.. mint condition...STL 63128. I am desiring it sold. What do you think: 1954 MINT-VINTAGE Frigidaire Imperial Range

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    I know this place that restores these appliances to factory showroom conditions. Yours looks just as good as the ones he does. Here is a 1952 O'Keefe & Merrit. Asking price $6,400
    1952 Chambers
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