This machine has always been either used or stored inside a building. It fully works - dispenses and cools. It is 59 inches tall, 27 inches side to side and 16 front to back. Its smaller size make it more popular for homeowner use than larger machines.
Has original coin mechanism, coin box, cap catcher, and even the original glass Ball canning jar that is used to collect the condensate water. Machine date of JUL 11 1950 is located behind the cap catcher on the coin mechanism door. Paint is original and bright and shiny no touch ups or repaints. This is not a restored machine so it does have its share of small scuffs, scratches, and dings.
No major dings, dents, or physical damage. A few small surface rust areas, mostly inside bottom in the compressor area, but no rust scale or rust through anywhere. The bottom of the inside cooling area had some surface rust but no rust through or holes. I wire brushed and then brush painted the entire bottom of the cooling compartment with silver POR-15 rust preventative. For those of you who know what POR-15 is, I did this as strictly a preventative measure against any future rust in that area.The original vend instruction plate has been replaced with an aftermarket one that looks just like the original. Original lock and key have been replaced. Replacement lock fits nicely and works fine.
Vends on dimes only does not take nickels or quarters. Runs quietly and gets super cold.
Cord is in good shape. I have provided good pictures to show physical condition.
The item "Coke Coca-Cola Machine Vendo 39 Fully Working Definite Survivor" is in sale since Monday, July 27, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Vending Machines\Soda". The seller is "frazw" and is located in Brandenburg, Kentucky.
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