Vintage Kitchenette Units

by Kent Griswold on September 21st, 2009. 4 Comments
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Kim alerted me to a great deal if you are in the Minneapolis, MN area. If you are looking for a tiny kitchenette unit for your home these are a bargain at $100.

Go to the craigslist listing here to get more information and purchase one.

vintage kitchenette units

4 Responses to “Vintage Kitchenette Units”

  1. Switcher says:

    Now those are just cool!

    Why don’t they sell these in local dept. stores.

    Looks like a very practical setup.

  2. Bob Pritts says:

    I just found an 8 x 30 deckover trailer rated 12k for under $5000 new. Questions: 1. is the 12k strong enough to build a wee-little house? (2) Is under $5000 new direct from the factory sound about right. I am wanting to stretch the free solor haouse plans I found on here and stretech them just a bit to fit the 30 foot trailer. I have a builder friend that is going to make the plan revisions for me. Building my wee little house on the trailer is not my main concern, but rather learning how to correctly attach the house to the trailer is my delima…..anyone have the answer to that one? Any and all help comes back at you with ernest thanks!


  3. P B says:

    Strap a little electric tankless water heaters on the side of one of these, and you’d have a nice little self contained unit!

  4. Edward Thompson says:

    Montgomery Ward used to sell these and I think Sears did to. But that was way back in 1962-6. They were actually affordable units. Most were electric, thou some were Propane I think.

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