Flair Ranges

Give your kitchen dramatic “built in” beauty without the muss and fuss of tearing out a wall. The incomparable Flair Electric Range installs in minutes on its own base cabinet (optional) or yours. Both oven doors glide up, open safely out of the way of tall pots, your arms and shoulders. Cooking units slide away when not in use, completely hidden from sight.

>> Also see: Four wonderful, workable kitchens (1965)

Flair Twin-30 Ranges

Revel in the luxury of two generous ovens in a space just 30 inches wide. (Pull ‘n Clean bottom oven pulls out for easy cleaning.) Convenient eye-level controls read at a glance. Dial any heat setting you like — no push-buttons limit your choice. With no buttons crowding the cooking units, you also have more work space. Best news of all, Frigidaire Twin-30 Electric Ranges are surprisingly low in cost. Products of General Motors.


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Source publication: American Home

Source publication date: March 1965

Filed under: 1960s, Home & garden, Vintage advertisements

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  1. Mark L Adkisson

    I am looking for a 1965or 66 GE electric drop in range it had a step down surface top on it and it was a real good stove.Can you direct me to the right place to find this stove.

    Thank you very much,

    Mark L Adkisson.


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