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The Vendorlator 72 Soda Machine

February 18th, 2009 · 16 Comments

The VMC 72 is a considered a small machine to have dual bottle chutes. It may be the smallest ever made. Typically the dual chute design appeared only on the larger soda machines. The VMC 72 has a very large Coca-Cola logo that manufacturers believed would attract more customers. It has the same coin door [...]

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Tags: Coca Cola Vending Machine · Coca-Cola · Restorations by Vintage Vending Inc. · Soda Vending Machines · The Cola-Cola Company

Vendo V-83 Soda Vending Machine

January 14th, 2009 · 25 Comments

Like all other Vendos, it was made exclusively for the Coca-Cola Company and was produced from 1946 to 1955. There were more of this model machine made among upright Vendos, than any other machine up until 1960.

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca Cola Vending Machine · Coca-Cola · Coca-Cola Advertising · Soda Vending Machines · The Cola-Cola Company · The Vendo Company

Cavalier 51 Coca-Cola Vending Machine

October 3rd, 2008 · 45 Comments

The Cavalier Coca-Cola vending machine was designed by Cavalier to compete directly with the Vendo 39. It vends 51 cold bottles of Coca-Cola and pre-cools 36 bottles, which is a greater volume than the 39 vended, 20 cooled of the Vendo 39. Other features you can see listed in this brochure are that it’s easy [...]

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca-Cola · Soda Vending Machines

Selectivend Vendo Conversion Kits

September 6th, 2008 · No Comments

Coca-Cola Vending Machine Conversion Kits
Beginning in the 1950’s, the trend among soda machines was to offer vendors with multiple flavor selections. What was to be done with all of the single-selection soda dispensing machines already in use? The Selectivend Corporation came up with a solution. They introduced conversion kits for the more popular Coca-Cola Vendo [...]

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Tags: Coca Cola Vending Machine · Coca-Cola · Soda Machines · Vendo

The 1930’s Moss Soft Drink Coolers

June 16th, 2008 · 5 Comments

The Coca-Cola Company used many different manufacturers for their dispensers and coolers. The 1930’s Moss Cooler is one that does not seem to have withstood the test of time. Its main competitor was the Glascock cooler. Moss coolers are very rare today, where the Glascock are easier to find. Vintage Vending was fortunate to have [...]

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Tags: Antique Advertising · Coca-Cola · Soda Coolers

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