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Apr 5, 2008
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Santa Crus Mountains
I built this tower but no longer have the fridge that it sat on. 1'' thick wood. Very deep red color in the right light/sunlight. All mitered corners. Top is removable for access (ss screws - I don't have them in in these pics hence the gap). Has two holes for standard shanks, and could fit more if needed. Finished with neutral tung oil - no poly. Does NOT include taps (yes, those are the old school ventmatics!). Tower only. I used a very thin silicone film for the lid which seals things up and is easily removable. When it was on the Bev Air there was a cool air tube that kept the lines cold all the way to the taps, and the wood never showed any external condensation. Never used any insulation.

$90 + shipping or pickup either Los Altos, CA., or Skyline Blvd. area in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

Very handsome....


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