For auction is a white 1950's 'Youngstown' sink base and sink, 54" long single-basin model. Emblem on front says Youngstown Mullins. The top and cabinet are in fair condition, with a little surface rust inside and on the left side and a bit of oxidation, mostly just dirty. I just purchased this home and am gutting it. All of the drawers and doors open and close properly. I am throwing in the faucet and drains not shown.Dimension are:
-overall length is 54" (both cabinet and sink)
-countertop width is 24" (front to back)
-cabinet width is 23 3/8" (front to back)
-overall height to top of counter is 36"
I will not be shipping this item. This would be your pickup. I live on the PA/NY border in Potter County PA. Any questions, email. Directions call me, Rick atSorry for the confusion on the original listing. This is only a single basin sink. Added additional pics which show the top and rear. There are 2 small nicks on the top, smaller than the diameter of a pencil. I put an arrow by them. The sink is very dirty. The house i purchased had been vacant for a year and the last owner left the sink covered with dirty dishes. The cabinet in the last picture was sitting next to the sink and matches it. I will negotiate price with the winning bidder if interested.
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