Vintage Soda Collectibles and Machines

 

SODA MACHINE LIST
Description Price
1956 Vendo V-44. Upright Bottle Original Machine. This is the machine that all newcomers (and most old-timers) aspire to own. This one is all original and excellent. This is a two tone red and white machine. It measures 52 1/2" high, 16 " wide and 15 1/2" deep. The Vendo 44 will vend the 8 oz bottles. Vends 44 bottles. Pre-cools 9. Crank handle. $5,000
1940-1950 Cavalier C-27. The C-27 was designed primarily for low usage indoor locations. With its compact size, it could fit in the smallest of spaces. The C-27 is in original condition and ready to go. The machine has embossed lettering on three of the four sides. It measures 41" high, 18" wide, and 22" deep. The C-27 will vend 6 1/2 to 8 oz. bottles Vends 27 bottles. Pre-cools 9. Crank handle. $3500
1957 Cavalier 96, Upright Bottle Original Machine. This one is in original condition. The body is two tone red and white. The door is all white with Red Coca-Cola Script. Vends 96 bottles and can offer many different brands at any one time. Electric coin mechanism. This one has the original owners manual. Sold
1950's Vendorlator 33.   Upright Bottle Machine.  This is a restored split door two tone color scheme machine.  Crank handle.  It measures 52" high, 26" wide, and 17 1/2" deep.   Vends 33 bottles, precools 27.   $3300
1957 Cavalier 72, Upright Bottle Restored Machine. Two-Tone Red/White Split. This is the smaller version of the Cavalier 96. Vends 72 bottles. and can offer many different brands at any onetime. Electric coin mechanism. Sold
Coca-Cola Vendo 39 (Late), Restored Machine. Vends 39 bottles. 58" high, 27" wide, and 16" deep. Produced in the Mid 50's to late 50's. Single vend machine. Sold
Vendo 23. Original Machine. This machine is know to collectors as the "spin top". the V-23 was introduced in 1949. 36" high, 24" wide, and 21" deep. Vends 23 bottles. To use the machine, you insert a coin, turn the star handle, open the bottle door and pull out your soda. Sold
1970's Coke Can Machine. Original Condition, has a side rack. This machine is great. Very early 70's machine that will vend cans. $895
Westinghouse Coca-Cola Ice Cooled Standard Cooler. Can hold 102 bottles with room for 90lbs of cracked ice. Produced in the Mid 30's to Mid 40's. Weight 114 lbs. Sold
Westinghouse Coca-Cola Junior Iced Cooler. This machine has been restored and looks beautiful. Sold
1970's Coca-Cola Picnic Cooler. Has the "Things Go Better With Coke" logo on the side. $150
Various Machine Restoration Parts are available. -
1957-1959 Vendo V-56. Upright Bottle Original Machine. This is the most sought after machine. This one has been totally restored and is ready to go. This is a two tone red and white machine. It measures 52" high, 25 " wide and 18 3/4" deep. Weight 231 lbs. The Vendo 56 will vend 6 1/2 to 12 oz. bottles and can offer many different brands at any one time. Vends 56 bottles. Pre-cools 14. Crank handle. Sold
1950's Westinghouse WD-12, Chest Type Restored Machine. This machine is know as the Bow-out Chest style. Can hold more the just Coca-Cola in this machine. Sold
1957 Cavalier 72, Upright Bottle Original Machine. Two-Toned Red/White Split. Sold
Coca-Cola Vendo 81, Restored Machine. Sold
Pepsi Vendo 81, Restored Machine. (As pictured in the title page) Sold
Coca-Cola Ideal Slider, Restored Machine. Decal Lettering Sold
Coca-Cola Ideal Slider, Restored Machine. Embossed Lettering Sold
1970's Pepsi Bottle/Can Machine. Needs some restoration work done to it. Striped Red, White and Blue paint on the body. The coin mechanism and refrigeration work. Good for parts or a first hobby machine. Sold

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