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Old 03-27-2011, 03:05 PM   #1
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1954 Oven and stove vent??

1. I have a 1954 original stove/oven in my Cruiser and it is missing the heating element thing in the oven part and a few pieces in the stovetop part ( i think just the pieces that hold up the burners. Anyway, is there anyone that has a disarded one I could get the parts out of? or is mine just scrap now? I would hate to not use the original but I don't see anyway around it.

2. It appears that there was an over the stove vent that ran through the aluminum cabinet and out through the roof, are there any replacements or reproductions of the fan that was there? If not is there anything that would work?

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Old 03-27-2011, 03:23 PM   #2
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Another 54 cruiser!! Welcome to the forums.
If you have any pictures that wood help but here is a link to a range hood and if you call them they might have the other parts: VintageCampers.com :: Vintage Campers, Vintage Trailers, Vintage Parts, Vintage Restorations

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Hmm I don't think that vent will fit me hole...I wander if the vent which was installed was factory. I have a factory looking vent cap on the roof for it though. I just have a hole in the aluminum cabinet, and you know those 50's aluminum cabinets, they aren't big enough to hold a fan like that. Pictures would help yes. I will see what I can do
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Pictures would help yes. I will see what I can do
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I need a vent!!

Ok here are the pictures of what I am looking at...





As I see it, my two options are to fill it with some aluminum, or find a comparable sized 12v bare fan and fab up some simple housing and chimney for it...I doubt I could find anything that would fit right in...

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