Hutch rebel

cameron.ray199 Posted By cameron.ray199, Jul 15, 2019 at 6:25 PM

  1. 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.
     
  2. bholler

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    What would you like to know? It is an old stove probably from the early 80s. It is a copy of the fisher double door stoves probably made pretty locally.
     
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  3. Laststop1949

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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.
     

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    And that is a copy of a buck
     
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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.
     
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    100 to 200 if you can find someone who wants it. We usually scrap similar stuff
     
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    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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    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.
     
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