LOL, I must have been smoking something funny back then because I was way off in cost and time. I could not even begin to imagine all the countless hours spent just sitting in the garage tinkering with everything to try and get it done right. But my wife sure let me know every weekend that I did have a family inside. LOL... But the Kelvinator was not arguing with me all that much so I was having more fun in the garageThe goal is to complete this project within the next month and to keep the restoration cost under $200. Then I have figured about another $400 for the completion of the system to total $600 and about 48 man hours in time.
Now I know that might be a little more than you would generally put into a kegerator but this is a vintage freezer that will be completely restored. These freezers go for approx $3k online restored. In my opinion, it is worth it to say I have a completely restored vintage collector freezer as a kegerator!