Vintage 1950's Roto-Broil 400 toaster oven in good condition. Only one owner. Everything is intact except for the rotisserie bar. There is a top grill as well. It states on the front that it barbecues, broils, roasts, toasts, grills, fries and boils.
Inside width 14" 1/4", inside depth 10", height 12" x 19" wide x 10" depth. Interior has 4 shelf positions. Nice collectible for show or every day usage.
The Roto-Broil factory was owned by the American-Jew Leon Klinghoffer who was shot by terrorists aboard the Achille Lauro in 1985. Six pink neon signs that said Roto-Broil 400 ran up the front of his building in New York and there was a neo chicken turning at the bottom.
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What’s a Roto-Broil, you might ask? Only the ultimate modern kitchen appliance of the 1950s. Dubbing itself "the electric kitchen,” this snazzy chrome countertop contraption promised to facilitate cooking everything from a healthy breakfast to an elaborate dinner party roast.