Curbside Pink Stove

February 13th, 2009 in member junk     
13 users recommend


Just had to share my best curbside find...  Everything works, even the rotisserie.  I can't call it a junk project really but how could I resist it?! 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design
posted in: member junk, retro stove oven

Comments (25)

kingbobert311 writes: hey MJTime do you still have that stove? email me kingbobert311@gmail.com thanks. good find by the way Posted: 10:28 am on August 24th
MJTime writes: http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/atq/4469338054.html Posted: 8:15 am on May 17th
MJTime writes: I have this in my garage and would love to sell it
KENMORE MAID-O-MATIC 4 BURNER GAS RANGE WITH CENTER GRILL AND A BUILT IN ROTISSORi in my garage and wonder if you would be interested I would like to sell.

http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/atq/4456521473.html Posted: 9:06 pm on May 5th
MJTime writes: I have this stove in my garage in Northern CA. I would love to sell it Posted: 8:51 pm on May 5th
madamsatin writes: I have a pink 1950's stove for sale. It is a side by side oven, with 4 electric burners. Lots of chrome. I also have a pink refrigerator from the 50's that I attempted to restore but never finished. It is even pink aluminum on the inside. I have it listed on craigslist.
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/app/2366760185.html Posted: 9:19 am on May 12th
GrammaScrapper writes: Love, love, love this. Posted: 10:45 am on May 6th
rebok1969 writes: I live in Alabama and my husband has recently come across a pink stove made by Brown. Did not know if anyone would be interested in it but if you are contact me at rebecca.harrison54@yahoo.com Posted: 3:14 pm on February 22nd
ccavan writes: I LOVE your stove and am looking for one, as well as other "pink" appliances. Can you help me out with any information about the stove? Who made it and what year...etc... is there a product serial number?
Any other help or advice in finding pink 60's appliances would be wonderful!! Thanks so much and enjoy your fabulous stove! Posted: 12:50 pm on June 19th
JunkMama writes: What a cool find - excuse me while I wipe the drool from my chin!

Would love a pink stove, etc, that actually works.

Struggling to find a thermostat for a 50s(?) Caloric oven and enamel coated burner rings for 50s(?) Caloric cooktop.

So jealous... Posted: 11:42 am on March 9th
ClassyLadyJen writes: That is amazing.......wouldn't that cost a fortune to buy one?

Wow. It is beautiful! Posted: 9:52 am on February 24th
1daB writes: WOW! This proves it: What is one persons trash, is someone else's treasure/Junk? At any rate. You did good, girl. :) Posted: 12:58 am on February 18th
shabbychick writes: What a great find - and the fact that it's in perfect working order too - congrats!! (Now...maybe there's a matching fridge in your future too!!) :)

Kathy Posted: 11:49 am on February 16th
chiccottagejunk writes: Pink was my favorite color growing up and then I got away from it. I now LOVE it again and I'm drooling over your curb~candy! My DH wouldn't have this in our kitchen, but maybe in my make~believe kitchen I could! You will be the envy of many Shabby Chic Junkers! Congratulations! Posted: 7:46 am on February 16th
Faeryhollow writes: Sorry, but my cat stepped on the keyboard! As I was saying...I would LOVE to have a pink stove, but I'd have to redecorate the kitchen. If I'd found that stove, my blue willow dishes and blue ceramic tile would have to give way to shabby chic pink! What a great find!
Barbara Posted: 9:46 pm on February 15th
Faeryhollow writes: I would LOVE Posted: 9:42 pm on February 15th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Pink is perfect! Great find.
Candy Posted: 9:10 am on February 15th
Sunday_Bradford writes: No WAY! Best curbside clearance find ever! Posted: 11:15 pm on February 14th
MimiToria writes: Nice save! Lucky you-
This reminds me of my grandma. She had pink appliances in her house trailer when I was a kid. Haven't ever seen the pink other than hers. The shabby chic stove!
Gretchen Posted: 2:39 pm on February 14th
texasjunkermom writes: Amen to what RNKtiki said, too bad they don't make them like that anymore. I had one very similar, wish I still did. What a curbside deal you got! Awesome save! Posted: 2:20 pm on February 14th
grannijo writes: how cool!..aren't curb side things fun?...my old stove when we got married...50's ..had a deep well...does yours?...loved it..that was before crockpots...lol...I have a pink bathtub still..lol..and the pink and gray tile...50's style...I live in a 50's house and not much has been done to it...but we love it!...very homey...sharon Posted: 8:44 am on February 14th
Rnktiki writes: How exciting to see your pink stove! Especially for me as I have a white one just like it.... mine dates back to the early 60's.
Years ago, before I was married, there was a white stove like it in a place I rented. (again in the 60's)
I just love my stove - it is really functional. It has a grilling tray at the bottom, a place for pots on the left hand side that is similar to the old-fashioned warming oven. It has five burners, or as on the pink one in the photo, a removable grill between the two outside burners.
Great for cooking, canning, baking and grilling. Too bad they don't make them like that anymore. Posted: 1:51 am on February 14th
resalediva writes: I love the pink! It reminds me of a pink bathtub we had when I was growing up. Great find! Posted: 12:53 am on February 14th
irishrovr writes:
I just love it when an abandoned gem like this finds a home where it is loved! Good junking!

Eileen http://ruralwisconsin.blogspot.com/ Posted: 12:51 am on February 14th
junktiqueboutique writes: I think I would have hauled this home too and my kitchen isn't even pink. Can't imagine someone throwing this away. Posted: 10:46 pm on February 13th
junqtiquer2u writes: Oh you LUCKY person!!!! To Die For~~~~ I am jealous!!!!! Posted: 10:34 pm on February 13th
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