Retro Vintage Cook Antique Stove

Bungalow Crawford Gasco

(Black / Cream)

Price $5850.00

Manufactured c.1920 – 1940

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Stove Details

Body Style: Retro vintage cook range
Make: Crawford Gasco
Model: Bungalow

Manufacturer: Union Stove Works
Location of manufacturer: Boston, MA

Date of manufacturer: 1920 – 1940

Current fuel set up: Wood / coal / gas

Conversion available: Yes
Conversion Options: Propane, electric
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The black and cream color scheme on the Gasco Crawford retro range is striking and unique. The antique range features both wood and gas fuels. There is an insulated oven, two gas burners and four wood heated cooklids. When cooking and cleanup is done, the Gasco Crawford keeps working as a wood-heating stove, capable of providing heat to the entire kitchen area of the house. The name of the stove is featured on the oven door. A shelf above the stovetop is an ideal place to store cooking items. Classy and convenient to use best describes the vintage Gasco Crawford kitchen stove.


Body materials: Cast Iron / steel
Color: Black / cream
Finish: Cast Iron / porcelain
Plating: Nickeling

Overall: 34″W x 33″D
Cooktop only: 34″W x 24″D
Footprint: 30″W x 20″D
Height to cook top: 34.5″
Overall height: 53.5″
Oven: 17″W x 18″D x 12″H
Length of legs only: 10.5″

Weight uncrated: 500 lbs
Weight crated: 900 lbs.

Number of cook lids: 4
Number of ovens: 1
Interior Finish: Speckleware

Other: Tea shelf, oven opens down

Conversion / Installation

Current set up: Gas / propane
Electric conversion option: Yes

Installation Quick Guide
Exhaust required: No
Clearance required: No
Fully Insulated: Yes
UL Approved Parts: Yes

Pricing & Shipping

$5,850.00 – Price (fully restored)
$ 300.00 – Cost to crate
$6,150.00 – Total Purchase Price*

*Prices subject to change. Conversion and custom costs are determined on a case by case basis according to the interests of the customer and configuration of the stove. Shipping charges are due at the time of shipment. 

The cost of shipping is determined by the weight and size of the stove, delivery location and site specific requirements like a lift gate or scheduled appointment.  Request a ship quote.