Fully restored vintage kitchen appliances such as stoves can cost from $1,100 for a 1952 Westinghouse Roaster to $18,000 for a 1936 Magic Chef 6300 range, as of April 2015, states AntiqueAppliances.com. Refrigerators can cost from $3,200 for a 1952 Crosley Shelvador to $5,400 for a 1954 GE Combination.
Appliances that have not been restored can sell for $150 to $300. Restoring an appliance may require 50 to 110 hours of labor, depending on the complexity of the unit.
Vintage kitchen appliances that are functional but need some cosmetic work can be found through individual seller advertisements, with prices such as $650 for a 1954 GE Lazy Susan refrigerator.