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What do I pay for OLD WASHER and OLD STOVE?
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janie    Posted 12-16-2001 at 21:21:16       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hi. Can anybody give me a ballpark price to offer my neighbor for the following: 1) a near mint OLD tub wringer washer by Lovell 2)a near mint OLD stove by Banquet with warming oven on top. He is retired and doesn't want these anymore, and I would SURE like to have them in my country home!! But I have no clue what to offer, and he's not giving me an idea. Help!!


magpie    Posted 12-17-2001 at 10:21:34       [Reply]  [No Email]
Don,t know much about either, but, there is a guy locally who restores old wood stoves. He does professional quality work, and charges 500-1200 (canadian dollars) for a stove. Remember that an older stove is not CSA or ULA approved and need considerable clearance to combustables.


Salmoneye    Posted 12-17-2001 at 02:31:29       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I sell a wringer or two every year for bewtween $25 to $150.
Price depends on condition. Does the tub have porcelain and is it chipped. Do the rollers need to be replaced. Does it work...etc.

Not familiar with the 'Banquet' stove.
Is that the 'brand' or the 'model'???


Les...fortunate    Posted 12-17-2001 at 02:21:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
He'd have to pay ME to haul them off, especially the washer.


Burrhead    Posted 12-17-2001 at 08:41:31       [Reply]  [No Email]
that's a heck of and unneighborly answer. I'll send you some of my VA happy pills for Christmas.


Les    Posted 12-17-2001 at 12:18:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Is that what makes you tick? I wouldn't want to deprive you of yer happiness.


Burrhead    Posted 12-17-2001 at 19:58:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yeah them little boogers are what keeps me so up beat and cheerful, and I don't mind sharing especially this time of the year.


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