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Stoner Univendor 80

March 14th, 2009 · 5 Comments

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Stoner Univendor 80 Vending Machine

We feature both a Stoner Candy machine and a Stoner Gum machine in our Retroplanet.com Museum. This brochure is for a Stoner Univendor 80, which is a vending machine designed to dispense larger items, like cupcakes, donuts or pouch tobacco. It has a striking resemblance to our restored Stoner Theater Candy Machine, made in the 1950’s with the same art deco design. This is a 4-selection machine that accepts nickels, dimes and quarters. And it addresses the changing needs of vendable items, able to hold anything from a donut to a variety of general merchandise.

Manufactured by:

Stoner Mfg. Corp.

Aurora, Illinois

I’ve been unable to find any photos of one of these vintage vendors. Perhaps you’ve seen one? Please blog-in and let us know.

Tags: Candy & Cigarette Machines · Food Dispensers

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Stacey // Sep 2, 2009 at 11:35 am

    I have a Univendor that dispenses candy bars. Still has a Clark bar wrapper and a Zagnut wrapper inside. Needs restored but is in decent shape – nothing broken. Would like to sell.
    Stacey 217-324-6598

  • 2 Denise // Jan 23, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    Where do I find gum refill for the Stoner gum dispenser?

  • 3 Marie // May 25, 2011 at 4:25 pm

    Have a stoner univendor dispenses 5 cent candy bars. Need key for top section. Or how to remove lock. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks, Marie

  • 4 john // Jan 17, 2012 at 11:16 am

    Sirs,I have in good condition aStoner candy vending machine,almost identical to the machine posted,Do u have the need to purchase machine? Purchaced in LosAngles 25years back as the children were young,none want to give it a home,photos on requst thanks J.M Semonish 7325866572.

  • 5 Stacy Wagner // May 21, 2013 at 2:26 pm

    I just accuired a Fresh Candy vending machine that has approximately three pictures on it and also charges nickles and dimes. It is made by See burg and I am trying to find out information on it and the value. Is there a website specifically for this machine? Thank you.

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