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Coca-cola stools
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Cavalier CS-72

This is the most popular cavalier machine. This electric machine has a red "Have a Coke" emblem which lights up when a coin is depostied and then allows a bottle to be vended. Produced during the years of 1958 to1959. This machine has nine vending slots allowing for many different flavors. Most of these machines are painted to resemble a vendo 81.

Specifications:
Capacity: 72 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:57" x W:25" x D:22"
Weight: 280 pounds

$6295.00
Retro 1950s Booth
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Cavalier CS-96

This machine is identical to the cavalier 72 except it is taller. Being taller it has 12 vend slots. It's an electrical machine and has no vend handle to push.

Specifications:
Capacity: 96 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:67" x W:25" x D:28"
Weight: 350 pounds

$6295.00
30in Round Fountain Table
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Vendo 44

One of the most sought after pop machines. These machines are very small and narrow. They vended so few bottles that most of them ended up in Canada. Also these were a single select machine vending only one flavor. With some modifications they can vend cans. Produced from 1958 to 1960.

Specifications:
Capacity: 44 bottles
H:58" x W:16" x D:15"
Weight: 198 pounds

$6495.00
V-Back Fountain Stools
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Vendo 39

his is a single vend machine with a honey combed drum for holding the bottles. They came in different paint schemes — some two toned red and white, some all red . One version came with "ICE COLD" embossed on the front door. This is a manual vend machine

Specifications:
Capacity: 39 bottles
(Vends some versions only vends 6 ounce bottles. Others will vend 12 ounce bottles.)
H:58" x W:27" x D:16"
Weight: 280 pounds

$6295.00
Reproduction Wurlitzer Vendo 44

This is a brand new replica machine made by the Wurlitzer company. It vends two different flavors of pop. It also comes in many different versions (Coke Cola - Harley Davidson - Pepsi - Budweiser), most having embossed lettering. The size and appearance is virtually the same as the original 44.

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Vendo 56
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Vendo 56

Extremely small cute machine. Has a seven-selection bottle rack. However it has no light in the bottle door.

Specifications:
Capacity: 56 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:52" x W:25" x D:19"
Weight: 231 pounds

$6295.00
Vendo 80
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Vendo 80

These machines have a good look with more stainless trim and large embossing. They all came out vending only 6 ounce bottles but can be modified to vend cans. This is a single vend electrical machine.

Specifications:
Capacity: 80 bottles or cans
Vends: 12 ounce cans or only 6 ounce bottles
H:58" x W:27" x D:16"
Weight: 283 pounds

$6295.00
Vendo 81A
Vendo 81A
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Vendo 81A

Originally an all red machine but can be restored in a two tone red and white paint scheme. The "Coca – Cola" emblem is smaller and shifted to the left. This machine has a light inside the bottle door

Specifications:
Capacity: 81 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:58" x W:27" x D:16"
Weight: 286 pounds

$6695.00
Vendo 81B
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Vendo 81B

Most desired of the 81! Two tone red and white paint with chrome molding separating the paint. Larger embossing on front door and more centered for a cleaner look. This machine has a mechanical vend system . Just install a coin and push down on the vend handle . This machine also has a light inside the bottle door.

Specifications:
Capacity: 81 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:58" x W:27" x D:16"
Weight: 286 pounds

$6995.00
Vendo 81D
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Vendo 81D

This was the last in a series of the Vendo 81s. Very similar to the 81b — same paint scheme and it also has a bottle door light. The major difference is the new larger size coin door. This was done to accommodate a larger price coin mechanism

Specifications:
Capacity: 81 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:58" x W:27" x D:16"
Weight: 286 pounds

$6995.00
Jr Cooler
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Westinghouse Junior Cooler

This is a small compact unit. The Coca Cola and ice cold logos are embossed.

Specifications:
Capacity: 51 – 6 ounce bottles
H:35" x W:25" x D:28"
Weight: 77 pounds

Price With Compressor $3495.00
Price Without Compressor $2495.00

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VMC 81

The vendorlator company in the late 50s produced a number of machines besides Coke. They were virtually identical to the vendo 81. Four unique models were available and they are extremely rare. Pepsi Royal crown cola 7 up Dr. pepper

Specifications:
Capacity: 81 bottles
Vends: 6 to 12 ounce bottles
H:58" x W:27" x D:16"
Weight: 286 pounds

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35 Slider
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Ideal 35 Slider

This is the smallest slider made by ideal. Most of these came non-embossed and have been decaled. However, some certain brands came embossed — such as R/C cola. They are very popular due to their small size. Produced in the late 40s - mid 50s.

Specifications:
Capacity: 35 bottles
H:44" x W:30" x D:20"
Weight: 185 pounds

$3995.00
Standard
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Westinghouse Standard Cooler

Almost twice the size of a junior cooler. Can have a compressor installed very easily. On most of these coolers the "Coke-Cola" and "Ice-cold" emblems were also embossed. Produced mid 30s to mid 40s.

Specifications:
Capacity:144 bottles
H:35" x W:42" x D:25"
Weight: 148 pounds

Price With Compressor: Call or email for price
Price Without Compressor: $2495.00

55 Slider
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Ideal 55 Slider

One of the most common sliders produced. Almost every pop manufacture had an embossed version of this slider. Kilroys stocks many of the following brands Coke Cola – R/C Cola – 7 up – Pepsi – Hires root bear Dr. Pepper – Canada dry – Bireleys – Nezbitts and many more.

We can also customize one to your specifications. Call for availability and price.

Specifications:
Capacity: 55 bottles
H:42" x W:37" x D:20"
Weight: 204 pounds

$3995.00
Picnic Cooler
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Picnic Cooler

Picnic coolers came in a wide variety of types and sizes, and many of the most popular versions were produced during the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s. They were filled with ice, sandwiches, and of course, the cooler carrier’s favorite soda pop. Not surprising, Coca Cola is the most common and desirable picnic cooler ever produced, but there were many others such as 7-Up, R C Cola, Dr. Pepper, Squirt, Grapette, Canada Dry, and Pepsi.

Kilroys stocks all the nostalgic picnic coolers! If you have a favorite that isn't listed here, let us know, and we’ll do our best to find and then restore it for you! Custom versions are no problem either. Just ask. We can do them any way you wish (i.e., custom logo, graphics, paint, etc.).

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