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International Harvester Refrigerators..

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DCW

04-04-2007 17:13:35




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This might be a bit off the subject of this post,but considering the folks who post here are IH guys for the most part,this might be a place for me to start.

I recently came into possession of a working IH refrigerator.Its in good condition.I was wondering if anyone out there had any information on these fridges,information on model year identification,anything at all,and what they are worth to collectors and the like.

I own two Farmalls,a 41 H and 46 M,and I work at an International truck dealer as a mechanic.


Thanks in advance.

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Tractorfan1

04-05-2007 19:02:11




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
Yep, im between Woodstock and Fredericton. Where are you from?



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Don L C

04-04-2007 20:26:00




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
My Grandfather was an IHC dealer.......in i948 or9 we bought a refrigerator and a deep frezze....They also made window air conditioners......they were of very good qual\ilty......I heard as a boy........



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randy hall

04-04-2007 18:58:55




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
yes they are heavy built. the newest one is going on fiftytwo years old, pretty good for a refrigerator. i've got a '47 and a '51 that run.



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dcw

04-04-2007 19:06:30




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to randy hall, 04-04-2007 18:58:55  
Anything on it that will tell me the year of it,Randy?



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randy hall

04-04-2007 19:19:57




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to dcw, 04-04-2007 19:06:30  
should be a build date on the serial number tag.



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Gene Davis (GA)

04-04-2007 18:25:09




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
Some of them had a replacable panel so that you could change the handle color on the later models.



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Gene Davis (GA)

04-04-2007 18:24:43




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
Some of them had a replacable panel so that you could change the handle color on the later models.



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A. Bohemian

04-04-2007 18:06:24




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
They DO last forever. Most IH stuff did...

They are the darling of certain kitchen design circles in New York; one was used on the set of "Friends."



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Tractorfan1

04-04-2007 17:18:33




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to DCW, 04-04-2007 17:13:35  
All I know is that they ended production in '55. They are HEAVY, but last forever. Are you keeping it or selling it?



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KRUSS1

04-04-2007 17:43:12




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to Tractorfan1, 04-04-2007 17:18:33  
Our town hall has one of those. Looks good and runs good. Maybe a good thing they are heavy, as things like that sometimes go missing when too many people know where they are.



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DCW

04-04-2007 17:48:40




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to KRUSS1, 04-04-2007 17:43:12  
Telling me its heavy isn't what I want to hear since I have to move the sucker tomorrow,HA HA.



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DCW.

04-04-2007 17:41:05




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 Re: International Harvester Refrigerators.. in reply to Tractorfan1, 04-04-2007 17:18:33  
I might sell it.Really don't have room for it.Your the lad from Woodstock NB,right,tractorfan?



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