Victor

Price $5850.00

Manufactured c. 1920 - 1940

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Body Style: Retro Vintage Range

Make: Victor

Model: Stepside – left stack

Date of manufacturer: 1920 – 1940

Current fuel set up: Gas

Conversion available: Yes

Conversion Options: Propane, electric

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Cool and classy retro style – that befits the Victor. Long powder grey legs elevate the two-toned gas-fueled kitchen stove. There’s an insulated oven, with a broiler below it, located on the left-hand side of the stove. Directly below the four gas burners is storage drawer for utensils, recipes or anything else you want at hand. Slick style meets cooking convenience in the Victor Stepside range.

Current setup: Wood / coal

Conversion option: Yes

Conversion fuels: Gas, propane, electric

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Wood/Coal Installation

Exhaust required: Yes

Chimney Type: Class A

Clearance required: Yes

Combustible walls: 36″ air space*

Noncombustible walls: 18″ air space*


Gas/Propane Installation


Electric Installation

Exhaust/venting required: No

Clearance required: No

Electric Cooktop: 1,500 Watts & 2,000 Watts

Electric Broiler: 2,200 Watt

Electric Oven: 2,000 Watt

Volts / Amp: 220 / 50


* Fully insulated and UL approved parts.

Body Materials: Cast Iron / steel

Color: Gray / White

Finish: Porcelain

Plating: Nickeling

Weight Uncrated: 400 lbs

Weight Crated: 700 lbs

Number of Cook Lids: 4

Number of Ovens: 1

Number of Cook Lids: 4

Broiler: Yes

Interior Finish: Speckleware

Other:

Bun warmer, tea shelf, removable side shelf, utility drawer, exposed gas manifold

$5850.00 – Price (fully restored)

$400.00 – Cost to crate


$6250.00 – 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.