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1940s Coca Cola Coin Op Machine

1940s Coca Cola Coin Op Machine

Original vintage Vendolator 44 Coke Machine from the '40s, a staple of many a barber shop, gas station or Mom & Pop store. The shiny red and white solid steel machine has a small, added panel with a Ted Williams' image, reading, "Ted's Creamy Root Beer", stuck on under the distinctive "Drink Coca-Cola" legend. The Williams panel was put on in the 1990s by Charlie Sheen. The original surface has Coke symbols from bygone days, a baby with bottletop for a hat and a hand holding a Coke bottle on either side under the "Have a Coke" legend. Base of machine reads "10 Cents". 16" wide, 24" deep and 56" tall, still with shiny silver handle abover the bottle opener. A NRMT beauty with very few spots and paint chips, which are barely noticeable except at close range.


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