Hutch rebel

cameron.ray199

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When I moved into my house I found this stove in the garage and I can’t find any information about it. Wondering if any of you could help me out.
 

bholler

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Laststop1949

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When I moved into my house I found this stove in the garage and I can’t find any information about it. Wondering if any of you could help me out.
I have a Hutch Insert that i bought used. They were made in the 1980s and 1990s Made in London, Tennessee. The Company went out of business. As a older stove type, I do like it, and the general comments i have seen were positive.
 

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bholler

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I have a Hutch Insert that i bought used. They were made in the 1980s and 1990s Made in London, Tennessee. The Company went out of business. As a older stove type, I do like it, and the general comments i have seen were positive.
And that is a copy of a buck
 

begreen

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bholler

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Are they worth anything? I don’t need it and don’t really wanna take it to the scrap yard but not sure what it’s worth.
100 to 200 if you can find someone who wants it. We usually scrap similar stuff
 

Laststop1949

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Are they worth anything? I don’t need it and don’t really wanna take it to the scrap yard but not sure what it’s worth.
You could try Craigslist. It would save you loading it to take to scrap yard. You may find a buyer, I would try it. Mine is a insert, was $150 at a habitat store. The real cost was chimney liner i found out, what a learning experience the hole project was. With a lot of learning on this site.
 

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begreen

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It looks in good condition. I'd take a wirebrush to it and clean off the rust. Then wipe it down with alcohol and paint it with Stove Brite satin black. Wait until Sept. and it should sell for a couple hundred.