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    Default 1952 John Deere refrigerator.

    Hi guys. I came across a like new, great condition 1952 refrigerator. I want to sell it. Any idea of how much I should ask for? I can't find anything online that remotely refers to a refrigerator like this. I would greatly appreciate any advice or help. Thank you kindly.

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    Default Re: 1952 John Deere refrigerator.


    Any pics? Pls post.
    What is the clue that it is a JD refrig?

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    Default Re: 1952 John Deere refrigerator.

    Interesting. Lets see pic's!

    I know International Harvester made fridges for a number of years, but have never heard reference to JD in my old tractor books.
    RobertN in Shingle Springs Calif

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    Default Re: 1952 John Deere refrigerator.

    My Mom still has an IH fridge in her basement and it still runs. It is the first fridge that I remember my parents having as a child. I believe that the city had a program diposing of older but still running fridges and she said she was going to get rid of it. The thing was probably worht some serious$$$ to the right person

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    Default Re: 1952 John Deere refrigerator.

    We had an IH refridgerator when I was growing up. I ended up inheriting it in my first place. It ran well and was over 20 years when I got rid of it.

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    Default Re: 1952 John Deere refrigerator.

    1952 International Harvester Refrigerator on craigslist $275 Watertown,CT
    1952 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER REFRIGERATOR

    Some good reading about refrigerators.
    The last refrigerator from Evansville - Indiana Economic Digest - Indiana
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    Quote Originally Posted by LetsRoll
    1952 International Harvester Refrigerator on craigslist $275 Watertown,CT
    1952 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER REFRIGERATOR

    Some good reading about refrigerators.
    The last refrigerator from Evansville - Indiana Economic Digest - Indiana
    Hey. Thank you so much for the info. It was just what I needed. Have a super holiday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertN
    Interesting. Lets see pic's!

    I know International Harvester made fridges for a number of years, but have never heard reference to JD in my old tractor books.
    Thanks. You're right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobertN
    Interesting. Lets see pic's!

    I know International Harvester made fridges for a number of years, but have never heard reference to JD in my old tractor books.
    Look at the post below for pics.

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    Default Re: 1952 John Deere refrigerator.

    we had the international harvester brand refrigerator when i was a kid the one thing i remember is the shelves were built in the shape of a half circle and you could push on them and the shelves would circle around and come out of refrigerator thought that was so cool want find that type of engineering today .

    mitch becton

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