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The 1936 Magic Chef stove is in a Victorian house in Auburn, Alabama. Its clean and unchipped condition suggests that it was rarely used. It has four burners (with a removable burner cover), an oven and a broiler oven and two storage drawers. Attractive art deco motif is on the enamel. Stovetop has light. Stove is 21" deep, 42'" wide (inclusive of a 2" knob on right side), 37" high to top of cooktop, and 16" more to top of stove light (see photos). All knobs, burners, broiler pan, and racks are present. The stove is in a house purchased by my parents in 1978 from its original owner. My parents never used the stove but stored it inside the house in a storage room, thus it has always been in a clean, climate-controlled environment. The original owner of the stove was a member of the Cullars family who built many of Auburn University's historical buildings, including Samford Hall after it burned in 1887, and who provided land for the Cullars Rotation crop experiments (look up Cullars Rotation). More information available upon request. PURCHASER WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ARRANGING AND PAYING FOR MOVING.

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