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If you've got mega bucks, you can get a really cool one:

ShopKitchenAid: KitchenAid® CustomMade Stand Mixer KSM155D01XX

HAHA, not yours truly by any stretch!
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And they take paypal!
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Very nice. I'd like a Kenwood Chef, maybe I'd like one of those instead now :wah:
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I notice the "Similar Threads" bit at the bottom brings up "Cement mixer". I like bits like that.


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Very Cool Dormeyer mixer just perfect for your retro kitchen..

Mixer comes with a white glass bowl and 2 mixer metal beaters.

All in ok normal vintage condition..Its clean and ready to use. All its speed levels work and are labled for suggested use.

Model 4200 115 Volt, 150 Watts

Manufactured in Chicago.

The mixer and bowl are pretty heavy ~ I will make sure to package it carefully.

Enjoy!



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$17.00 USD



They accept PayPal too! :D

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Wow Along, that is an even better mixer, to me!!

I have my Mom's 1950's Hamilton Beach still, and it still

works.
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:) You might enjoy this link, valerie

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^I did enjoy that, very much, thanks!!

Those old advertisements!! And that guy that refurbishes!
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My lad plugged my 30 year old Kenwood in last year and got flames from the motor, it had been fine until then. It'll be a while before I look for another.


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Wouldn't it be cheaper to just paint it yourself?



I wish I had the room in my kitchen for one of these.
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I've got an ancient KitchenAid that I've had for a loooong time. I don't need a fancy paint job on it. It gets the job done nicely.
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flopstock;1417524 wrote: Wouldn't it be cheaper to just paint it yourself?



I wish I had the room in my kitchen for one of these.


Cheaper, maybe, but those look like a really 'baked on' finish I doubt you

could recreate at home!
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