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5 Vintage Frigidaire Refrigerators
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Post# 780651   9/1/2014 at 13:12 (2,210 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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One or maybe two of these were posted before, but the prices have changed on one ad: Number 4 has horrible photos(seller, take better photos please)

1) 1958 Vintage Frigidaire Refrigerator - $150 (South Austin) -

2) Vintage Frigidaire General Motors Refrigerator FDA-12TK - $200 (Silver Spring) -

3) Price drop: Vintage Turquoise Frigidaire Refrigerator and Electric Stove - $900 (Irondequoit) -

4) Retro Stove & Refrigerator - $200 (North End Columbus) -

5) see below all

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Post# 780653 , Reply# 1   9/1/2014 at 13:17 (2,210 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        
1968-1969 Frigidaire model D 116N-$200 - Matthews, NC

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Post# 780669 , Reply# 2   9/1/2014 at 14:03 (2,210 days old) by bluejay (Havre de Grace, MD)        

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Isn't the one with the Flair a GE? Either way, these are all in nice looking shape!

Post# 780693 , Reply# 3   9/1/2014 at 15:34 (2,210 days old) by goatfarmer (South Bend, home of Champions)        

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That one with the flair is a GE.

Post# 780697 , Reply# 4   9/1/2014 at 15:56 (2,210 days old) by appnut (TX)        
Fridge #1 In South Austin OMG!!

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That's the exact model my grandmother had when I was little.  All the way down to the pink liner and charcoal grey freezer door.  We inherited it in 1964 when she had to move out of her house to make way for a new freeway that would pass wright over her property.  This fridge replaced the 1946/1948 Kelvinator.  Due to size limitations, it was replaced by the big Gibson SxS in 1967 or 1968 and was sent in exile out to the garage.   My dad didn't keep it on at all while it sat in the garage.  It was to be the fridge we took up to our lake house when the shell was built in 1972.  But when my dad plugged it in and turned it on, Freon shot out everywhere.  So the Kelvinator went to the hill country. 

Post# 780779 , Reply# 5   9/1/2014 at 22:09 (2,209 days old) by ovrphil (N.Atlanta / Georgia )        

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always surprised when someone finds something they remember in their to read

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