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Vintage Hotpoint Stainless Fridge PGH CL
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Post# 687655   7/6/2013 at 18:31 (3,933 days old) by moparwash (Pittsburgh,PA )        

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Post# 687703 , Reply# 1   7/6/2013 at 22:32 (3,933 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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Maybe it looks like a beaut, from the front...but I have to ask..

Is this a commercial model, USA model or Canadian market? The photo bothers me...and where are some other pics of the interior and close-ups?

To my comparatively untrained eye among the rest of you members, there's something peculiar looking here: the sides are not visible, as it sits in its spatial surrounding and perspective. Try as I may,
I do not see a left side to the unit. It looks like a screen door, to me...a facia of a frig only. Or if it has depth, it was so narrow and shallow compared to the face(not realistic), the sides would not be visible in this perspective. I 'll go with my gut instinct on this photo, and say there's something odd here...a "pretty awesome" oddity. Maybe someone else sees otherwise?

This post was last edited 07/06/2013 at 23:27
Post# 688007 , Reply# 2   7/8/2013 at 15:41 (3,931 days old) by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

That looks like it is one of the "Customline" models that was intended to be built in. Have seen ads for them in old magazines from around '58 or so.

Post# 688084 , Reply# 3   7/8/2013 at 19:58 (3,931 days old) by cadman (Cedar Falls, IA)        
Just an optical illusion...

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I've got this model in pink and it's a combination of being an old-style shallow fridge plus wide, bolt-on nickel trim that's obscuring the side panel. Looks legit to me!

Post# 688262 , Reply# 4   7/9/2013 at 15:56 (3,930 days old) by whirlaway (Hampton Virginia)        
Ran into a19 56 one!!!!!!

While working at the phone co,I only saw one of these.The lady said it was installed in 56,very attractive,her compreesor was on top of the machine behind stainless louvers,Thanks!

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