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Old 10-25-2012, 06:22 AM   #1
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This is how I bought it. It was all dented and with some rust, but the freezer it self worked awesome. Gig for $75 of from Craiglist.
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Old 10-25-2012, 06:25 AM   #2
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With some lite sanding and dime appliance paint and it almost looked brand new.

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Wanted to be mobile, so I build a platform with casters.

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Used a couple of 1x6, speed tape, liquid nail, foam paneling and silicone to extend the lid.

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Old 10-25-2012, 06:35 AM   #4
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looking good. i hope to get mine started soon.

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Ready for the decorative collard.

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Use some 1x10 for the outer collard. I sandwiched the foam paneling; one to make it lighter and also for some extra insulation.

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Some stain, a couple of stainless bolts, chrome shank and a perlick tap and it is ready to go.
I will primarily use it for a fermentation chamber/ conditioner, but because it will sit in the garage I figured I added an extra tap. Maybe down the road a couple of extra taps won't hurt. Still need to add a collard on the bottom and some trimming for the banged up corners and it will be completed.
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Finish product, for now.
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