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Old 11-24-2013, 12:24 PM   #1
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Default Antique Kegerator on Ebay

Not mine but this looks cool! Wish I lived closer.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/RARE-OAK-BEE...item2585caf557

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Old 11-24-2013, 12:36 PM   #2
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pretty cool looking, a couple of photos of it

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yea.... that would be a hard sell....

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What kind of cooling system is there? Is it a jockey box type thing, where you fill that top bin with ice?

This would be a really cools restoration project, especially if you could turn the bottom to a refrigeration unit.

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You would fill it up with ice. It reminds me of the old ice boxes. I use one in my kitchen for storage. I'd be all over that thing if it was local.

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Or converted for cask ale use. Mount a hand pull, throw in a 5 gallon keg and that thing would be badass.

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If I had the space right now I would be in. I forwarded it along to bunch of local peeps, one of them will pick it up.

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@BBBF That is a very nice looking resto piece. Looks great.

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For a split second I was trying to figure out how to get to NJ and back after Thanksgiving...then I remembered I was married. Yeah not going to happen

Man, this is a beautiful piece here. I have and old ice box (identical; pictured by BBBF above) and this would finish off the collection. Kudos to whom ever scores this one.

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Nice! I'm going to watch this one and probably spend up to $500 on it.

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