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My 1954 International Harvester Refrigerator

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Have you seen this Refrigerator before?


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Lori Young

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This was my grandparents refrigerator original to their 1952 home in St Louis County. Any additional information and or value of this please let me know. Thinking about selling it.
 

Randall Barringer

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I have a 1955 that looks the same, but has more door storage.
I found it in Las Cruces, NM for $100 and had it shipped to me. Prices vary on them. I have seen them as high as $500-$600. Does it work?
The door seal is most likely brittle, but new material is out there to make a new one.
Why not just keep it?
 

Dana Strong

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This was my grandparents refrigerator original to their 1952 home in St Louis County. Any additional information and or value of this please let me know. Thinking about selling it.
Is it still in the old home? If you try to sell it, listing the state might be more meaningful for any interested readers.
Does it have another plate in back or possibly inside listing the Freon number (R-12?) and amount, plus electrical usage or requirements??
 

DouglasMcDonald

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This was my grandparents refrigerator original to their 1952 home in St Louis County. Any additional information and or value of this please let me know. Thinking about selling it.
Did you find your information? This is an IH fridge made by IH's "Femineering" Division. This was an attempt to expand sales by attracting products to farmers wives. The plastic trim around the door is used to secure 1 3/4 yards of fabric to the door face to match drapes, walls or counters. It is a pretty rare find. I actually have one in my kitchen that I use as a drink refridgerator. If interested I can post pictures to show you what it looks like wit a fabric material in place.

Doug
 

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