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Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
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I've had this cooler for a few years no and haven't done anything with it. Made from mid 30s to mid 40s. The cooler body is in good shape with no rot or rust through. The body is also sctraight. It needs a new lid. Asking $400. The crates and bottles stored at the bottom are not included, but can be for an extra price. I can strap this cooler onto a pallet for shipping.







Re: Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
badgas #324449 Tue May 08 2012 08:34 AM
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Is this an electric cooler? Or is it like a big ice chest?

Re: Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
Ron Cabanayan #324451 Tue May 08 2012 09:01 AM
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Definitely big ice chest type. It can be converted to a cooler though. I don't see a compressor on the bottom where it should be.

Re: Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
TheRoyalCrown #324453 Tue May 08 2012 09:07 AM
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I see how it works. Do you know if parts are hard to find?

Re: Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
Ron Cabanayan #324463 Tue May 08 2012 09:54 AM
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Not sure. I'm sure you can put a newer type compressor kit which I'm sure someone makes. The hard part would be installing it I would think.

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TheRoyalCrown #324465 Tue May 08 2012 09:58 AM
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The refrigeration conversion wouldn't be a problem for me. But, how hard and expensive would it be to find a new top and other parts?

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http://www.fun-tronicsllc.com/index.php?crn=298

And I'm sure there's many sites out there that make parts for them. Just google.

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TheRoyalCrown #324471 Tue May 08 2012 10:49 AM
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Oh, that's cool link. Thanks!

Re: Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
badgas #324641 Tue May 08 2012 09:37 PM
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$400.00 & split cost to ship to so Cal?

Re: Westinghouse Standard Coca Cola cooler
Ken Horner #324897 Wed May 09 2012 08:58 PM
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Cooler has been sold. Just waiting to receive the check.

Thank you.


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