Please check the many pictures we uploaded carefully. The Metal Placard with Coke's Bottle History was cut and placed on the unit as can be seen in the pictures. It is not the original one even though this placard is also from the 60s, looks great as can be seen in the pictures. Serial number: V45TA / 405043148.
1960's Coke/ Coca-Cola Vending Machine, Vendo H63C. This unit has a working dispenser rack as can be Watched in the Video. Coin mechanism also works as can also be Watched in the Video.
The door does come with the original & working latch. The cooling system Compressor is Original & Cooling Perfectly, Great Operational Condition!!!! NO NEED for FREON on this unit!!! We powered the unit on and left it on for 48 hours and this unit's compressor is Silent and working beautifully, in less than an hour running it was really cold inside. We actually used a Digital Thermometer which only goes down to 37 Farenheit and it showed the minimum temperature the digital thermometer reached, since the bottles were so cold inside this unit should cool to at least 35 Farenheit.Coca-Cola Vendo H63C Vending Machine, key is not present but can easily be found or copied by any locksmith. Dimensions: 28" X 22" X 54. Was taken from the Web.
FEEL FREE TO CHECK HISTORY ON THESE COCA-COLA VENDO H63C MACHINES BY GOOGLING THE FOLLOWING LINK. The Vendo H63C series was produced by the the Vendo Company of Kansas City Missouri between 1959 and 1965. This machine is known by collectors as a "Square Corner" machine.
This is because the top does not have rounded corners like many of the older machines. Today these machines are more popular than ever and have started to rise in value. The main reason for the quick turnaround is the fact that the older round corner machines are in limited supply and are getting real expensive. This has forced collectors and first time buyers to look at these square corner machines. The Vendo H63C is also known as a "Slant Shelf" vendor because it uses slanted shelves to vend its drinks.
This is a major plus because it allowed these machines to vend all sorts of drinks in various bottle sizes. Prior to 1965 the Vendo H63C came with a "Drink Coca-Cola" light up sign. Also the 70's models were the first to come with the "wood grain" front panel.Prior to that most Vendo H63C models came in the traditional Red & White color scheme. This older vintage H63C comes with the Round Cylinder Lock, the newer ones had the Tea Key locks. Wire Transfers Are Also Accepted. We have years of experience and use only the best of materials to ensure you get exactly what you ordered. We'll cardboard & wrap the unit to the pallet. A liftgate is a motorized platform attached to the back of the truck that will physically lower your order to the ground, so that you can take it inside your business or residence. The truck driver will place your order on the ground, and you are responsible for bringing it inside. If you do not have a loading dock or a forklift, you will need a liftgate and must select this option at checkout. All items are tested prior to sale. We're small, trying to do right. Regardless of the origin of the equipment, documentation provided or identification appearing upon the equipment, the equipment described and offered here is in no way certified for, recommended for, or offered for any specific use.
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