Victor Coca-Cola Kooler-Grill
This is a soda and hot dog station made in the mid-1950s by Victor. It was referred to as the Coca-Cola Kooler-Grill and was one of the most unique coolers ever made. They were designed exclusively for Coca-Cola and were meant to serve as a self-contained, fully functioning snack bar, while attracting a lot of attention. They were originally used at venues like movie theaters and Woolworth stores. This eye-catching cooler had a Roll-a-Grill set behind plexi-glass so the customers could see the hot dogs cooking. It also had a bun warmer, sink, cutting board, cash register platform and heated condiment containers. The countertop is stainless steel. On top is a revolving, illuminated Coca-Cola sign, giving this stand tons of impact.
There were only 50 of these coolers manufactured. Today there are 5 of these coolers known to exist. This machine was restored by Vintage Vending.
Dimensions: 90 5/8" wide x 31 9/16" deep x 88 5/8" high
Vending capacity: 510 bottles and 510 hot dogs
Weight: Approximately 895 lbs.
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