Cool Mike, grab it! Can you spell KEGERATOR!
Prince Edward Island'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.
I would hate to see anything this cool (heh heh) going to the dump. Can't use it myself though.
If anybody really wants it I could probably pick it up and hold it. It about a three hour one way drive from me.
ken from northern Alberta
66 Grande Parisienne 396 with AC (built October 26 1965)
39 Buick (327 with 700 r4)
1960 Sunbeam Alpine
69 Chevy CST pickup38 Willys pickup electric powered project
51 Airstream time machine portal
1976 GMC 23' motorhome
Pontiacanada wrote:Cool Mike, grab it! Can you spell KEGERATOR!1954 General Motors fridge Watch|Share|Print |Report Ad View larger image Date Listed31-Jan-14Last Edited01-Feb-14PriceFreeAddressWhitecourt, AB, Canada View mapFor Sale ByOwnerMakeGMCModelOtherYear1954Kilometers500ColourWhite DescriptionOld GM fridge Would make very cool Beer fridge for the GarageFridge is complet and was working when I foundIt 10 years ago. Will need new cord and door sealIf this ad is still up I Still have it Needs restoration Located in Whitecourt 780 779 8297Call, email, text all good
GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE! LOL
LIKE KEN, IT'S A 6 HOUR ROUND TRIP FOR ME. THOUGHT SOMEONE CLOSER MAY HAVE AN INTEREST IN IT.
Just like the one we had in our kitchen up until about 1970. No idea where it went.
Ray White, Toronto ON
1973 LeMans 454
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In my dad's house there is still a 1955 Frigidaire running in the basement faithfully keepin the beer cold. Man they sure built them to last!
66 Grande guy wrote:I would hate to see anything this cool (heh heh) going to the dump. Can't use it myself though.If anybody really wants it I could probably pick it up and hold it. It about a three hour one way drive from me.
Or you could remove the Emblems and send to me (I will pay too much for shipping)
1966 Pontiac Strato Chief 2 dr. Post 427 4 speed (sold)
1966 Pontiac Grande Parisienne 396 4 speed (sold)
funny storey - about 20 + years ago I was shopping with an old girlfriend in Niagara On The Lake , there was a store with a whole selection of fridge magnets (I had no idea they were on a fridge door) so I see this really cool one that says GM Frigidaire so figuring I'd buy it I was trying to remove it, other magnets were actually falling but this one wouldn't come off ! the store owner let me know the red piece of metal was a fridge door ! and the emblem belonged to it - he wouldn't sell.
You know what I just did? Just phoned the guy and told him I was coming to get it. I guess he said he's had about 40 calls but no committment yet. I just can't pass it up especially with the potential for sprucing it up.
Am I crazy? Not sure.
66 Grande guy wrote:Am I crazy? Not sure.
What can I say Ken?
Thank me when you get it home
It's a never ending battle of making your cars better and also trying to be better yourself - Dale Earnhardt
I dunno if I'll thank you! I'm weak and easily tempted so don't bring anything else to my attention puleeze! (OK maybe only small stuff.)
66 Grande guy wrote:I dunno if I'll thank you! I'm weak and easily tempted so don't bring anything else to my attention puleeze! (OK maybe only small stuff.)
I really thought you were a lot closer to the fridge than 3 hours...
time will fly when you can listen to your 8 tracks on the way up and back.
If that fridge was here around here I would have snapped it up for that price.
I can see you doing a nice match of the fridge to your 66 GP
You're buttering me up nicely I must say. (especially with that picture) Ya know I could just keep it for you and you can come a get it one of these days maybe when you come up for my Lac la Biche Garages tour and midnight drive in allnighter on August 2nd! We could even listen to some quad eight tracks!
66 Grande guy wrote:You're buttering me up nicely I must say. (especially with that picture) Ya know I could just keep it for you and you can come a get it one of these days maybe when you come up for my Lac la Biche Garages tour and midnight drive in allnighter on August 2nd! We could even listen to some quad eight tracks!
Who's buttering up who now...
I think your Lac la Biche Garage tour sounds like a lot of fun...and I am going to definitely try to make it.
As for the fridge, I think the 66 GP colour would be awesome, with some matching trim would make it a great garage addition.
I can already visualize it.
I would love to have it if you decide not to refurbish it....but if I match my 63 Parisienne........it will look like a.......white fridge or match the interior and make it black.
Still keeping an eye out for more 8 tracks...going to Record land one of these days to check what they have.
Thanks for the offer Ken.
Just let me kow if you want it and its yours (If I get there before the other 40 guys that called) i still owe ya.
As for Recordland about 2 years ago i spent about 2 hours carefully going though the tottering piles of eight track boxes and didn't find a single quad. I wonder if he got affected by the flood this summer?
Go get 'er Ken ... I wish it was here on PEI.
Isn't PEI mostly Scottish (if you get my drift?) so I figure they'd all still be in kitchens being used.
66 Grande guy wrote:Isn't PEI mostly Scottish (if you get my drift?) so I figure they'd all still be in kitchens being used.
Yes, Scottish and Irish. Being used for "drinks" as the Scottish and Irish here are known for.
I think that might be the plan for this one as well. You mean this kind of thing by Drinks I assume.
Here's a home movie of me enjoying my hobby:
Well here's the one I got home last night for the price of a tank of gas and some real bad road coffee.
55 GMC, 63 Acadian Beaumont rat wagon, 70 Pontiac 2+2 rag
66 Grande guy wrote:Well here's the one I got home last night for the price of a tank of gas and some real bad road coffee.
good gettin' Ken! Were they out of Lattes at the diners?