A Retro range is very popular among rich and famous today, but even we can get a glimpse at some of the most authentic and rare retro ranges and stoves, thanks to Good Time Stove Co. – a family run business dedicated to the preservation and restoration of retro stoves and ranges. Literally the part of American history, the retro range from the old good times, is being brought to us. Good Time retro stove has about seven dozens antique and retro stoves in their collection, some going back to 1830s. Every restored retro range is updated to comply with today’s heating codes. Good Time Stove even does electric and gas conversions for all retro heating stoves. The prices vary from $1,250 to $12,500, but on average, expect to pay between $3,500 and $6,000 for the beautifully preserved retro ranges and stoves.
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