Vintage GE CG-1-B16 Refrigerator: Fully Original With Globe Top Monitor – VR3547
This Original 1930’s Era, General Electric Globe Top Style Refrigerator Is Sold In As Is/As Pictured Condition
A Perfect Display Piece For Your Man Cave Or Home Theater And An Ideal Piece For A Home Restoration Project
Vintage GE CG-1-B16 Refrigerator: Fully Original With Globe Top Monitor
This is an original vintage GE CG-1-B16 Refrigerator from the 1930's. This item is sold in as-is condition (as pictured), was purchased as part of a collection, and is NOT and ArtFactory.com museum quality restoration. This machine certainly needs its share of cosmetic work, but is a very complete example of this machine. That includes things like the original globe top that originally used sulphur dioxide for refrigeration. This machine measures 61 inches tall by 24 inches wide be 22 inches deep. This item is perfect for your man cave or game room, and is a great starter item if a fully restored original is outside of your budget.
However, if you are looking for a work of genuine fine art, we also offer fully working, museum restored vintage ending maching that can be viewed by clicking this link. To inquire about purchasing this vintage GE CG-1-B16 Refrigerator, call us at 1-800-292-0008, email us at email@example.com.
Vintage GE CG-1-B16 Refrigerator Specifications
- Company: General Electric
- Product: Refrigerator
- Type: Globe Top
- Model: CG-1-B16
- Era: 1940's
- Country Of Manufacture: Schenectady, New York, U.S.A.
- Color: White
- Dimensions: 61 Inches Tall By 24 Inches Wide Be 22 Inches Deep
- Condition: Fully Original (Unrestored), As-Is, See Photos For Details
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