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Discussion in 'Irma's Place' started by jasonzbtzl, Oct 23, 2008.
I have a ih refrigerator for sale if anyone's interested. I'm from pa...if interested email or text.
Came across this. Might have a good part or two on it for someone.
Here is a link to an eBay auction that someone just posted selling parts from what looks like a 1948 or 1949 IH Fridge. Hopefully, someone can use the parts from it............
Yet, another eBay auction that was posted from someone selling parts off of what looks like a 1950 IH fridge. Hopefully, someone can use them..........
Finally bought one.
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Congratulations on your find.
Fingers crossed that mine shows up soon.
glad your getting 1 jerry ! is it from up around here ? jeff
Thanks for the note.
Unfortunately, my comment is merely wishful thinking/hoping on my part that an IH refrigerator or freezer would become available in my local area.
I'm just being optimistic.
ok IC, your allowed to !
Saw these this morning on CL:
Picked up three at an IHC show. The small one works.
looks like they were " tire leaning post's " at 1 time ! ? good score.
ok kool, now your in the club.
The kids got me this for Christmas. Works perfectly, just a afraid of what it's going to do to the electric bill!!! lol
damn nice score !
That looks great. What a score!!
Any long term plans for it? I.e. new paint and gaskets? Just plug it in, fill with beer and love it?
if you have keginator plans, don't tell me.
Won't cost you much of anything on electricity. You probably won't even notice that much of a change. These things only draw about 2.3 amps compared to modern fridges that draw 4-5 amps. It's the self-defrosting cycles that chew up the electricity, and yours doesn't have that feature. As long as you have a good door seal, you have no worries. If the door seal is bad, then you might want to consider putting a new one on. Enjoy!
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