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    Posted 11 years ago

    rocklandman
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    Here is a smaller version of the coca cola ice cooler, Looks like someone remade the top opening lids, no too bad a job for an amatuer, no not me! Inside is super clean, This one might be a keeper for the deck, Will probably strip it down and reshoot the whole thing.
    Can anyone make out what model type this is and a year?
    Thanks
    Rock

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    1. SSmoothie, 11 years ago
      Looks like the Westinghouse Standard with the lower part cut off, they did this years ago to put on a counter top and when they shipped the coolers overseas for the Army.
    2. SSmoothie, 11 years ago
      Sorry it looked short in the picture but after looking at it closer I see the full side is still there. So it a Westinghouse Standard, Are the lids made of wood?
    3. metalman304, 11 years ago
      Most of these Westinghouse models were commonly found in pharmacies and general stores. I have the WD- 10 model that dates to 1948. They were very common from late 1940's to early/mid 1950's
    4. rocklandman rocklandman, 11 years ago
      Hey SSmoothie, yes they are made of wood with the metal coca cola screwed on top of the wooden lids. It looks homemade.
      Thanks
      Rock
    5. SSmoothie, 11 years ago
      Looks homemade, but nicely done. I'm trying figure out what the center metal covers are off of.

      clay

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