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    Posted 10 years ago

    Jayhawk144
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    I have had this cooler for quite some time but have been unable to get any information on its history or value. I've seen a taller version with a rack underneath but none like this. It has a drain plug inside and still holds water and ice very well. Its 22" Tall x 25" Wide x 17" Deep, has wheels, and is very heavy. Any information would be appreciated.

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    Comments

    1. Jayhawk144, 10 years ago
      Thanks, I appreciate your information.
    2. officialfuel officialfuel, 10 years ago
      Love that cooler!
    3. SSmoothie, 10 years ago
      Jayhawk, from what I have read and see this is a Westinghouse Junior with the legs cut off. The Westinghouse half size is measurements are 14 inches high, 25 wide, and 12 deep. And the embossing is smaller and no drain hole. Sorry I don't have a picture. From what I have read that some were cut off and sent to the Army troops during WWII for morale boost, so the legs were cut off for tighter shipping so some were brought back, also some store owners hack them off so there can be on a counter top in there store. What I would look at is to see how rough the bottom edge, I can not tell by looking at your pics.
    4. JAYHAWK144, 10 years ago
      You may be right as the edge is not smooth all the way across in both the front and back. If so they must have bolted the base with the wheels to it.
    5. SSmoothie, 10 years ago
      Here is a pic of a Westinghouse Half Junior.

      http://www.vintagevending.com/the-westinghouse-half-junior-ice-chest
    6. SSmoothie, 10 years ago
      Jayhawk email me I have a question. @ ssmoothie96@hotmail.com

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