Buick Garage/Man Cave Fridge!

Discussion in 'Parts for sale' started by 67skylark27, Jan 3, 2020.

  1. 67skylark27

    67skylark27 Brett Jaloszynski

    I'll be moving soon, so downsizing and letting go
    of some of my larger items. Fridge is a 50's Westinghouse,
    works great, looks cool. I used it in the garage for beer.
    I would put a new seal on the door at some point
    but works good now. Who needs this in their life?
    Asking 300.00 located near Green Bay WI. I have
    a small and low trailer and am always down
    in the Janesville and Milwaukee area on weekends.
    pulaski727@outlook.com or 920.621.1276 BUICK FRIDGE.jpg
     
  2. STAGE III

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    Dude that is freakin AWESOME!
     
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  3. STAGE III

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    If anyone could pick that up for me I will buy it in a nano second! Still in line
     
    Last edited: Jan 4, 2020
  4. 1969RIVI

    1969RIVI Well-Known Member

    If you were in Canada this would be in my garage already no jokes about that! Whoever gets this is getting an awesome deal. GLWS
     
  5. 2001ws6

    2001ws6 last of the v8 interceptors

    That is so cool! Wish I was closer. :cool:
     
  6. gsgeorge3

    gsgeorge3 Well-Known Member

    I have a 40s westinghouse that my grandparents bought new. It was their main fridge and then their basement fridge when they moved. It remained there until after they died. When my aunt sold the house, I got the fridge. I was unplugged for about 7 yrs when I got it, put it in my garage, plugged it in and has been working ever since. I'm sure my dad, who was an appliance repairman, maintaining it until he died had something to do with the longevity of the fridge.
    Anyhow....bitchin fridge...glws!!
     
  7. efogs400

    efogs400 Well-Known Member

    First house we bought when we got married was built in 1932 and we bought it off the original owners estate. The house was a beautiful time capsule, Gumwood french doors, stained leaded glass etc, and had one of these in it, late 40's Westinghouse with a pink interior. Ran like a champ so we kept it for several years, it's undoing was a door hinge that I bent when trying to remove it to redo the hardwood floors in the kitchen. Could not get the seal right so had to buy a new one.

    Missed it, but without it my entire electric bill went down 40% the next month.......
     
  8. Luxus

    Luxus Gold Level Contributor

    I'm in Chicago and I'm very tempted. But I don't want to even think what my electric bill would be if I stuck it into my garage.
     
  9. Quick Buick

    Quick Buick Arlington Wa

    I got one of that vintage. It dont use any more electricity as my 2005ish model..
     
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  10. BUICKRAT

    BUICKRAT Torque Rules!

    Your electric meter will helicopter into the trees.
     
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  11. PackerBacker

    PackerBacker Blake's Dad

    I need a reason to hit Grebe's in Milwaukee! Possibly could come to GB area if needed. Working with a guy up that way for some Pontiac door panels. Need to finish things up with him next week. What's your time line to get it out the door?

    In fairness to everyone else - only inline after all others.
     
    Last edited: Jan 3, 2020
  12. STAGE III

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    Swing by North Carolina when you are in the neighborhood (lol)and I will swap ya a clean StarWars air cleaner top for it
    : )
    I actually tried to find a transporter tonight from Green Bay to Matthews,NC 28104 that might have room on a run but must not have been using correct search words.
    Well, off to bed for me
     
  13. PackerBacker

    PackerBacker Blake's Dad

    You want it I can get it to you for a song. I do logistics for a living and have distribution centers, customers and friends in NC and other areas ;)
    Happy to help a friend.
     
  14. Steve Reynolds

    Steve Reynolds SRE Inc

    I have a 1940's "Coldspot" (Sears) and it works just like new. It was my parents and was in my house when I was growing up. I refurbished it "cosmetically" only and it's used for beer and soft drinks in my shop. It has not increased my electric bill at all since I plugged it in a few years ago. I replaced a small apartment sized modern fridge with this one. I'm on the "monthly average" billing plan (12 months totaled and divided by 12), so if it were to cost a lot to run I would have definitely seen a monthly increase. If I didn't have mine already I'd jump on this...… especially being only 30 or so miles away!
     

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  15. STAGE III

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    Steve! Sending ya a PM, Sir : )
     
  16. dan zepnick

    dan zepnick Well-Known Member

    That's tempting!! PM me your address and number.ill come take a look.
     
  17. STAGE III

    STAGE III Lost Experimental Block

    Morning Brett, sent an email last night requesting interior pictures of the icebox,racks & the seal that was mentioned needing replacement.
    Steve has kindly offered to assist with logistics from previous posts.

    Regards,
    Fritz
     
  18. 67skylark27

    67skylark27 Brett Jaloszynski

    I received an email this morning from Fritz, I'll post some additional pics, I should have
    all the drawers and racks, even the butter tray I believe.
     
  19. 67skylark27

    67skylark27 Brett Jaloszynski

    Also, I did not notice any difference in my electric bill and I usually ran it in the summer
    only when I was in the garage the most.
     
  20. 67skylark27

    67skylark27 Brett Jaloszynski

    Not in a hurry, March sometime, after that I get pretty busy and logistics become an issue.
     

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