COCA COLA Electric 1930's COKE SODA Machine Cooler NEW

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 06, 2007
  • Channel: Auction House
Before I begin, my listings are a bit long but I include all information for more convenience for everyone interested, including very important shipping information, so be sure to read the entire listing .

1930's Coca-Cola Machine - Refrigerated Brand New!!!

This is an exact replica of the famous Westinghouse Junior Coke Machine that was so popular in the "Mom And Pop" stores of the 1930's and 40's. This self-serve refrigerated floor chest will be quite a conversation piece at your home or office!

It enjoys an all-metal construction with embossing on all sides and under the lid, as the original. It is also the same size as the original. Just like the original, t are wheels for easy moving. Don't miss the bottle opener detail on the oustide, either.

One of the attractions of this machine is it's beautiful and plentiful embossing, it has the Coca-Cola logo on all four sides as well as under the lid so it could be read when the top is opened. Additionally, it has "ICE COLD" embossed on the front and back.

This machine has been kept as original as possible, for example, it's made in metal, the rubber seals under the lid are screwed, the cap catcher and bottle opener are exactly like the original and wheels are even included on the bottom like the original for easy movement. Its brilliant red color

1930's Coke Machine Specifications :

Capacity: 80 cans of soda
Tank: Aluminum
Body : Pressed steel Finish: Chip resistant, rust resistant, non-toxic powder coating Insulation: Foam Size: 35.25 inches high, 25.25 inches wide and 17.75 inches deep Box Size: 39.50 inches high, 30.00 inches wide and 22.00 inches deep Weight: 100 lbs

I get a lot of email questions asking me what the difference is between this model I have and the cheaper model that I have in my Ebay store, it's confusing, I know! They do look the same and they basically are except for one difference - This model that is for sale in this listing is 115 volt and is just like a regular refigerator - it plugs in (it is safe outdoors as well as inside), and the temperature inside can go below 40 degrees.

The cheaper model that I have for $575.00 is the ice box. That is basically a cooler or ice chest and how that works is t is no plug - you fill it with ice to keep things cold, but the ice doesn't stay frozen forever as the door is opened and closed whenever someone goes in to take out a coke or whatever is kept inside. T is a drain in the ice box version for the water to go down when the ice melts.

I hope my explanation clears up confusion - I can always be emailed with any further questions, I'm super-easy to deal with : )

I will be listing many more great items on Ebay, mainly in my Ebay store so the rest of the items from this collection that I have on Ebay - If you don't see what you are looking for let me know and I will see if I can get it for you.

This will be shipped to you directly from the manufacturer. The shipping cost is $60.00 in the 48 contiguous states of the U.S. for Ground shipping, Alaska, Hawaii & Puerto Rico Buyers - please email me with your full mailing address prior to bidding as shipping is higher and I will have to provide the manufacturer with your mailing address to get a shipping quote. International buyers - the manufacturer will not ship this internationally, and they will also not ship to APO/FPO addresses and PO Boxes, they will only ship to street addresses in the U.S., please accept my apologies.

This item is in stock at the time I am listing this - if by chance the manufacturer should temporarily run out of stock, I will let you know right away and if you're not in a rush, the manufacturer will ship it out as ...

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