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Old 12-30-2012, 02:23 AM  
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Default Old stoves

I am thinking of purchasing a Western Holly stove from Dream Stoves in Ca. I have an unrestored Chambers now, and have to put up with a few non working parts, like the broiler. We have a log cabin and the vintage look is perfect. Also the western Holly is 37" which will fit well into the 37 1/2" chambers space. Does anyone have a restored stove, and are you happy with it?

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