Mine was made in 1980. . .looks brand new.
Sis, today and today only I'll take it off your hands for ten dollars cash...hard fiat currency...hurry, as this offer ends soon.
Today, tomorrow and all the days after-- this stove is worth more to me than any amount of money. I have a canner I would sell, (excuse me) part with--- for the low price of 50 bucks, but for you, I will give you a standard disount which will bring you to a total if 55 dollars. . Currency, I don't deal in coins! ( I collect them!) This is all the comedy as I can stand today>>just saw where Mitt picked a yankee from Wisconsin for his running mate. .;-) ha ha hee hee
My husbands grandfather gave us one which looks very similar to the one you purchased. I never knew they were worth anything. I think Ill be holding on t o it for awhile.
Yes, indeed, Lisa. Many many people collect them for nothing more than the fun they have bringing them back to life. I are wonderful stoves. Thanks, dear lady.
Does the surface under the stove get hot?
No, kristine, they do not and have little bumps (legs) to insure the heat doesn't build beneath the sheet metal. The much older models actually had small wire folding legs. Thanks, my dear.
Mine is a utility and an investment! Do you know how many people wish they could get one like mine? Quite a few, young man! I'm glad you beat the Slackers to your new replacement stove. .
I like that young man part....little girl.