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Vintage Kelvinator Refrigerator

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Posted 6 years ago


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While driving around looking for place to shoot photos, I found this thing in an abandoned farm house (in mid Michigan). I have no idea what year it is, but I just loved the look of it. It has a great color, and the details are amazing.

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  1. Chadakoin Chadakoin, 6 years ago
    Great lines! I love the base. Somebody should 'repurpose' that thing. Looks like ca. 1946:
  2. junkmanjoe junkmanjoe, 6 years ago
    Looks Great! Did you find any other neat stuff in that old house?
  3. AppyTX, 6 years ago
    Beautiful Picture
  4. Phil Morris, 6 years ago
    Should submit it to the history channel. They have a show that
    restores things for people. This is a prize.
  5. jjmcclear248, 6 years ago
    It's in Midland Michigan. All the parts are there. It weighs a ton! 1948 model.
  6. jjmcclear248, 6 years ago
    The place was abandoned, all the windows and door were missing. nothing much in there worth anything other than the fridge.
  7. jjmcclear248, 6 years ago
    Heres a photo that I took of the house:
  8. Greg, 6 years ago
    I have a 1948 working Kelvinator Model FM (SN: 5241360). Is there anyone who might know the value? Or who I might contact to determine value?
  9. Hugh, 6 years ago
    I am kind a of excited about this, I have one shown in the pic that works. I got it with the house, I bought years back, and mainly use it during the holidays for extra space to place foods or drinks. Now I just watched American Restoration, they were going to charge someone $1500 to restore his, and that it would be possible to worth up to $3000 once fixed.
  10. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    Jim, why not post the house pics right here with the fridge? why make folks go else where?
  11. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 6 years ago
    BTW, Love the hand pump in the photo ! Those are collectable too.
  12. jjmcclear248, 6 years ago
    Actually it's Jesse ... My Dad's name is Jim. :)

    I can't seem to get it to post the images on here. I'm not that savvy I guess.
  13. Signaholic Signaholic, 6 years ago
    Get that thing to Rick's Restorations! Beautiful

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