Samples

Reconditioned Vintage Appliances

These are all items that have been through the Decodan process. Some have been painted and some have original finishes. These are samples of my stock colors if you would care to order a custom Decodan item. Contact me at sales@decodan.com.

Sunbeam Mixmaster Model M4H. 1930 First Sunbeam Model sold to public. Note the switch is on the base not on the back of the motor. This was a three speed model. There is no handle, this mixer was not removable for hand held use. Original decal was mounted on top of the motor running back to front.

Color: Decodan Sunbeam Cream
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 1. 1931 or 1932 three speed version with handle which was removable as a hand mixer. Speed control moved to rear of motor. Shown with rare apple/potato (Ask (deco)Dan Quayle if this is spelled right) peeler.This mixer was done in red for a friend.

Color: Decodan Red
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 1. 1933 or 1934 Ten speed Stretch Model with added air vents in motor housing. Shown with PTO and rare sunbeam coffee grinder attachment.

Color: Original Sunbeam Cream
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 3. 1935. First model with bakelite handle and teardrop shaped base plate. This model has a chrome front grill which gives it a very deco look.This is not an original color. This mixer was special ordered by a customer.

Color: Decodan Pink
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 3 with PTO and Can Opener Attachment. 1935. Custom Decodan Black paint job. Great deco design with chrome grill really sets off this solid black mixer with Hot Rod Flame paint job. Part of my collection.
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 5. 1939. Shown with PTO and hard to find Pea Sheller. This model is the first to feature full rear speed control and front grill vents are horizontal. This model still had the chrome tips where beaters are inserted and no beater ejection.

Color: Decodan Sunbeam Cream
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 5. 1939. This mixer was finished in Bright White and Black. This mixer and the one above show the color options that were available in 1939. This one would have come with white bowls and the one above would have come with Jadeite bowls. This was a special order by a very good customer, Thanks Alan.

Color: Decodan Bright White
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 7B. 1942. First model with beater ejector feature. Also, chrome beater tips are replaced with painted ejector. Shown with knife sharpener attachment.
This is not an original color. This was a custom ordered mixer, bowl platter was painted black.

Color: Decodan Pink
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 7B. This was done in cream for a customer, Thanks Jeff.

Color: Decodan Sunbeam Cream
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 9. 1947. Not much difference between the model 7 and model 9 except that the later model 9 changed to the late style decal.This is not an original color. It was auctioned on Ebay.

Color: Decodan Jadeite Green
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 10. 1950. This is the first model to feature fins. Also the front grill changed. The base is now bakelite and a lever is added to shift the bowl position for large and small bowl. The bowls are also different, now they have a ring on the bottom to hold them in place on the bowl platter. Beaters are contoured to fit the shape of the bowl.
This is not an original color. It was auctioned on Ebay.

Color: Decodan Red
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 10. This was a special ordered mixer. Sold with stainless steel bowls.

Color: Decodan Cobalt Blue
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 10. Shown with slicer/shredder attachment.This mixer was auctioned on Ebay.

Color: Decodan Canary Yellow
Sunbeam Model 11. 1955. This mixer was painted custom black and the front grill from a Chrome Model 11 was added for a finishing touch. This mixer was auctioned on eBay with stainless steel bowls.

Color: Decodan Black Mariah
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 11C. 1955. Front grill changes again to a rounded vent. This was the first model offered in chrome. Actually there were a few Model 10s offered in chrome at the very end of the model line. In fact, the plate that indicates the model on the underside of the mixer, has Model 10A with a "C" stamped over the A. That rare mixer is pictured on the home page. Shown with blender attachment. Also shown is the blender attachment for earlier model mixers: 1 - 9. Note that the attachments for models 10 - 12 will not fit the earlier models.

Color: Original Chrome
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 11. This model had a very short run. You can see the new style front vent in this picture. This mixer was a special order by one of my best customers. Thanks, Alan.

Color: Decodan Sunbeam Cream
Sunbeam Mixmaster Model 12C. 1957. Shown with clear juicer attachment. This juicer was not made for a very long period due to a problem with cracking. This is the first twelve speed mixer. Last of the classic models by Sunbeam.

Color: Original Chrome
Manning-Bowman Model 3019 Kitchen mixer. This mixer was painted a custom two-tone Jadeite Green. Great Art Deco design. Thanks George for another custom order.

Color: Two-Tone Jadeite green
Hamilton Beach Model E. This mixer was auctioned on eBay with a set of cream bowls. Very stylish model with its sweeping handle.

Color: Decodan Deep Forest Green
Hamilton Beach Model E. This was a special order on customers own mixer. Thanks for another order Therese.

Color: Decodan Cobalt Blue
Wizard

Color: Decodan Eggshell White
KitchenAid Model 3B.
This is not an original color. This mixer was auctioned on Ebay.

Color: Decodan Jadeite Green
KitchenAid Model 3C. This mixer is up for auction on eBay. The top handle was stripped and given a brushed finish like the model 4C. This model mixer was available in Island Green.

Color: Decodan Jadeite Green.
KitchenAid Model 4C. This mixer was done for a customer. Thank you, Mark. This color was not offered originally but the satin chrome top handle and black color really do go well.

Color: Decodan Black.
Hobart N-50 Commercial Mixer. This mixer was reconditioned and painted for a customer. Thank you, Donna.

The N-50 is the modern version of the Hobart KitchenAid Model G. It is a 3 speed gear-box with positive shift. The motor speed is constant and the speed changes through a gear-box. Smallest in the Hobart line.

Color: Decodan Cobalt Blue
KitchenAid Model A-9 coffee grinder by the Hobart Company Troy, Ohio.These are not the original finishes but they were available new in petal pink, island green, copper tone, sunny yellow, chrome, and gleaming white. The same colors that the Model 3C KitchenAid Mixer was available in. These two are finished in the following colors.

Decodan Pink on the left and Decodan Bright White on the grinder on the right
KitchenAid Model A-9 coffee grinder by the Hobart Company Troy, Ohio.This is not the original finish but was available new in island green along with petal pink, copper tone, sunny yellow, satin chrome, and gleaming white.

Note: This is Decodan Jadeite Green not island green on the left and I tried to match the Sunny Yellow of the original colors on the grinder on the right.
Rival Juice-O-Mat. This is not an original color.

This was a custom order by a customer.