Hello, You are bidding on a late 1950's Glasco Coca Cola Vending machine. It is a GBV-50. Model number A-30000. Serial number 1468. This machine looks to be all original except the power cord has been cut off and a different one spliced on taped with black tape. The compressor runs and seems to cool fine. It has a defrost through coldest setting rotating knob 1-10, that is currently set on 2. It takes dimes and the coin mechanism works great and allows a bottle of pop to be released. The key has been lost to empty the coin draw, but can be drilled out and replaced for little of nothing. I know t is some money in t also. (Dimes) It has a crank for opening the side door to refill the bottles and etc. This machine needs a good healthy cleaning. It has smudges as you can see in the pictures, as it has been stored in a basement and quickly wiped off for the pictures. It has some paint loss or nicks and some minor surface rust and t Overall, this old cooler looks pretty good. T is also a small rubber bumper missing that the lid rests on when fully open. It is 41" tall, 37" wide and 20" deep including the bottle cap opener. This is a great piece for the serious collector. is a website that gives you more information. After entering site, click on the GBV-50 icon. /machines/glasco/index.html The cooler is currently located in Northwood, Iowa 50459. and I am selling it for a friend. It must be Local pick up or buyer can arrange t own shipping. I would consider dropping off at a local trucking firm like Roadway in Mason City, Iowa 50401 for a fee. Payment must be made by cash at pick up or PayPal if wanting to use a credit card. Owner is moving, so this is a must sell. No Reserve and since this is vintage, No Returns and all sales are final. Good Luck and thanks for bidding. I don't know alot about these machines, so please refer to the pictures.Must be Picked up within 2 weeks
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