This is the stove that prepares the recipes. I love her, but she has some serious defects in need of repair-only one hinge on the oven door functions, and the oven floor is dropping its rusty bits into the broiler. I haven’t been able to find anyone in the area who really restores such things. There are places you can ship your stove off to, but I’m not willing to shell out that kind of cash. So, after a phone call with a helpful but uninterested appliance repair man recommended by both Stick & Stone Farm (also Magic Chef owners) and Historic Ithaca (owners of a super gorgeous Magic Chef I will never have), I got some useful ideas of how to make the repairs myself. It won’t be “restored”, but it will still be my good ol’ stove. I’m just starting to research parts and factoids, but unfortunately I can find the model number anywhere on it.Oh well, yet another project requiring all my time and attention, but getting none!