Vintage Kitchenette 1969 Sink + Refrigerator Stove, Tiny House, Cabin, RV

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This adorable kitchenette was manufactured by Crane Co. in 1969. The "Chef" kitchenette includes a sink, electric cooktop and refrigerator all within a 40 inch wide unit!

This unit, designed with sleek simplicity, features chrome accents and a 40" wide, white enameled top with an integrated backsplash and 2 electric stovetop elements. A narrow door on the left face of the unit opens to reveal a storage area and the plumbing for the sink. The right cabinet door is the door of the original refrigerator unit, which will need work or replacement. This sweet Kitchenette could be used as is, or refurbished to its former glory!

Condition: Good for age and use. The backsplash shows some surface scuffs and chips. The sides of the unit have developed surface rust that can be sanded and painted over. The left side of the kitchenette has 2 holes cut out; one for plumbing, one for wiring. Behind the large door, on the right side of the face of the unit, is a refrigerator. The fridge is in poor condition and will need removal or replacing.

History: This piece was salvaged from a building in Downtown Kannapolis, North Carolina, as the city prepared for a downtown revitalization project. Items from this job are featured on Season 9, Episode 6, of the DIY Network show, "Salvage Dawgs".

Weight: 188 lbs.
Item Measurements: 39.75(L) x 25.5(W) x 39.75(H)

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