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Entries Tagged as 'Vintage Brand Names'

The Cornelius Slim-Lite Ambassador

March 20th, 2009 · No Comments

A Slim-Lite Coca-Cola Pre-Mix Soda Fountain Dispenser

The Cornelius Slim-Lite Ambassador was the same machine as the Cornelius Ambassador. The only difference being that it had a smaller lighted top. It was offered along side of the Ambassador, for anyone who may have required a smaller machine with “just the right amount of point-of-sale display”.

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca-Cola · Cornelius · Soda Fountain & Dispensers

The Vendorlator 27

March 19th, 2009 · 43 Comments

The VMC 27 is the smallest soda machine made by Vendorlator. It is only 27 inches high and dispenses 27 6.5 ounce bottles. It had space to pre-cool 10 bottles. It is one of the smallest Coca-Cola soda machines ever made. It’s called the “Tabletop” because it could be placed on a counter. There were [...]

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Tags: Coca Cola Vending Machine · Restorations by Vintage Vending Inc. · Soda Vending Machines · Uncategorized · Vendorlator

The Vendorlator 3D-33 Soda Machine

March 12th, 2009 · 47 Comments

The VMC 3D-33 is nearly the same machine as the VMC 33. One minor difference being the one-piece coin door on the 3D-33 where the 33 has a two-piece door. Also, the “empty” decal changed from white to yellow. The VMC 33 was designed to increase the vending capacity that was available on the VMC [...]

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Tags: Coca-Cola · Restorations by Vintage Vending Inc. · Soda Vending Machines · Vendorlator

The Cornelius Diplomat

March 6th, 2009 · 8 Comments

A Coca-Cola Pre-Mix Soda Fountain Counter Dispenser
In the 1960s Coca-Cola and other soft drink manufacturers put a lot of emphasis on making their beverage available at popular venues like bowling alleys, restaurants and drive-ins. Soft drinks were now dispensed premixed and cold as a result of advances in technology.

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca-Cola · Cornelius · Soda Fountain & Dispensers

The Vendorlator Manufacturing Co., A Soda Machine Company

March 5th, 2009 · 142 Comments

Partners Harry S. Childers and Howard M. Tripp founded the Vendorlator Manufacturing Company, or VMC in 1937 in Fresno, California. Vendorlator was formed to make soda vending machines, which they produced for Pepsi-Cola, including 7Up, Dr. Pepper, Royal Crown, in addition to the Coca-Cola Company. Throughout the 1940’s and 50’s Vendorlator produced what have become [...]

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca Cola Vending Machine · Manufacturer Histories · Other Vending Machines · Soda Coolers · Soda Machines · Soda Vending Machines · Vendo · Vendorlator

Cornelius Deluxe Ambassador Soda Fountain Dispenser

February 11th, 2009 · 6 Comments

The Understated Coca-Cola Pre-Mix Soda Fountain Dispenser
The Cornelius Deluxe Ambassador was a lightweight pre-mix soft drink dispenser that was designed for The Coca-Cola Company to be used in upscale bars and restaurants. It was the exact same machine as the Cornelius Ambassador, but with simulated wood grain panels instead of prominent Coca-Cola advertising. It was [...]

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca-Cola · Soda Fountain & Dispensers · The Cornelius Company

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