Lets see your IH Refridgerator

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  1. Mater

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    Awesome find! Looks like it is in great shape paint wise from the picture. I would keep it the way it is.
     
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    Also, the data plate in intact. I'll post a pic of that later today.
     
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    1953 L-14-V standup freezer. Not a refrigerator but none the less a pretty cool freezer and it was free. Just picked it up last week so I have some work to do to get it running. The lights work though. And if you look at the upper left hand corner of the front you can see how well those Mr. Clean Magic Erasers take off all that gunk. If it were real patina, I would leave it but it is just old grime.

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    Hey all, just bought a house and this 1953 pedal open fridge was in the basement. Still works!
     

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    Good looking fridge and the door seal doesn't look too bad either.
    Nice bonus find with the house!
     
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    Greg R Dreams of Cub Cadets

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    Picked up a 1956 19 cu. ft. freezer on a tip from a friend. It's a model 19AV. Put it in the barn 2 weeks ago and it's been working fine.
     
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    Nice! I've got a similar year fridge, and according to an advertisement I saw one time, these appliances have been "Femineered". In other words, you can pop that rubber gasket around the outer edge of the front of the door off, and these came with a couple different fabric patterns that farmers wives could hold in place with that gasket to make the fridge match their kitchen decor. Femineered. Feminine Engineering.
     
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    Just picked this little guy up 20190608_152958.jpg 20190608_153017.jpg 20190608_153122.jpg 20190608_153227.jpg 20190608_153236.jpg 20190608_154019.jpg

    The lady I bought it from said it worked before the cord got damaged from moving it. No dents on it at all. It's a little dirty but should clean up ok. It's not as cool as some others, but for $30 I figured why not.
     
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