SUNBEAM MIXMASTER Model 7B
World War II history
The Sunbeam Model 7 has an interesting history. In terms of the company itself, this was the first model with the automatic beater ejector. Turn the handle a quarter turn and out pop the beaters (this feature still works). It was introduced in 1941 as Model 7A (bowls were green) and production of that model stopped almost immediately. Like many manufacturing companies, Sunbeam converted their facilities to making war products for our country. During WWII, Sunbeam continued to advertise not only their line of kitchen appliances but encouraged the public to do whatever they could to help the war efforts. Even though production was on hiatus, people could still place an "order" for items to allow them to make a purchase once the war ended. In 1946, production was started again as Model 7B and Sunbeam was able to fill millions of Mixmaster orders by keeping plants running 24/7 because of pent-up demand.
That said, this mixer is in nice condition and works well on all 10 speeds. The original Glassbake for Sunbeam bowls have no chips or cracks and the beaters are without bends. I've included plenty of pictures so you can see for yourself how nice it really is. Even the decal is in good shape and the cord is supple although I doubt it's original. Of course, there is a video to display the mixer in motion.
Questions before you bid? I'm happy to help you make a decision. The mixer is sold as-is, no refunds.
Payment: PayPal is all we accept and payment is expected within 2 days following the auction's end.
Shipping: We use insured FedEx and pack every item carefully and securely. Your mixer will be shipped within 1 business day after receipt of payment. The shipping rate listed below is to the lower 48 states only. Sorry, no international shipping.
Feedback: I'm certain good feedback is as important to you as it is to us. Once you post the transaction met your expectations, we'll leave feedback for you as well.
We thank you very much for taking time to look at this auction.