VINTAGE LF&C UNIVERSAL WHITE & RED STAND MIXER/BEATERS

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 16,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction

VINTAGE UNIVERSAL 10 SPEED STAND MIXER

LANDERS FRARY & CLARK

Up for auction is a really nice working Universal stand mixer made by Landers Frary & Clark, New Britain Conn. It is the red & white model 55-4-EA-B6226 and runs on 115 Volts AC, DC 150 Watts.

As you can tell by the pictures, it is in very good shape for it's age. It has a few areas that the paint has been bumped but I don't see any dents or rust areas on it. I did wipe it before pictures but did not do a detailed cleaning so t is a small amount of leftover usage signs in some crevasses. The chrome still looks good as does the handle and power cord. I believe it is missing the knob on the speed adjustment lever and the beater release button has some rough areas on it.

I did test it and it runs great, smoothly speeding up and down with the mixing selection dial changes.

This would definitely thrill the vintage kitchen collector on your Christmas list!

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