As of April 2015, old GE refrigerators, such as the single-door classic GE Monitor Top refrigerator sold from 1927 to 1937, are worth $150 to $400 without restoration, while completely restored models are worth $3,400 to $4,200. Double- and triple-door models are worth substantially more, according to AntiqueAppliances.com.
Priced at $300, GE Monitor Top refrigerators were the first affordable refrigeration units for average families. Families were able to purchase the units by adding $10 per month to their utility bills. The two- and three-door refrigerators are larger and more rare than the single door units, making them worth whatever buyers want to pay for them, in restored or unrestored condition.