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    Posted 14 years ago

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    I dont know anything about this machine. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thank you :)

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    1. Bob, 14 years ago
      Vendo 23, often refered as a spintop. early 50's quite common machine, value unrestored maybe $300.00 to $400.00. Restored as a complete machine $800.00 to $1200.00.
    2. Lumpy, 14 years ago
      I own a mid-60's Pause & Refresh Coca Cola 6 cents machine, approx. 6 foot tall. What can you tell me about it? Worth? Rarity?
    3. lonewolf121 lonewolf121, 14 years ago
      Bob is dead on. Lumpy, post it so we can all see.
    4. BIg ED. , 13 years ago
      I have a Coca Cola Ice box, that used, Block of Ice. Good Shape with some rust. Embosted Drink Coca Cola, Ice Cold in white on both side. I think it would be from the 40. Could you give me a better date, and value.
    5. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 13 years ago
      big ed, I'll give you a value as soon as my crystal ball clears up !
    6. glassblastertoo, 3 years ago
      Just FYI: in the early 1960s my junior high-school basketball teammates and I would stop at the local lumber company on the way home from practice, riding our bicycles. They had a Coke machine, with a short lever activation, that charged 6 cents for a coke: you put a penny in first, then a nickel, then twisted the lever, and a bottle would drop through a chute to a place you could remove the bottle. At one point we figured out, accidentally, that if we put the penny in, and then turned the lever and let it SNAP back into resting position, we could get a Coke for a penny. That didn't last long, but it was fun for a couple of weeks.
    7. Jolly-Mongoose-8091, 1 year ago
      For such a common machine this is only the second time I've ever seen a photo of one. The rest are ubiquitous. Maybe folks don't find this one as photogenic, but I sure do.

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