Over the past few years the value of these machines has skyrocketed! If you have any questions or wish to place your order, callOR send us an email. Over the last 16 years our restorations have become known worldwide for their quality and real warranties.
Nobody knows the true history of the rusting machine, which looks like it was spat straight out of the Seventies, but locals continue to plunk down their change and the machine never seems to run out of stock. Who first installed the outdoor machine, who stocks it, and who collects the money are all a mystery. According to one report, after spending five dollars in change on the mystery button, the machine produced six different brands of soda, none of which had their own button on the machine.
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Live and online auction with telephone bidding available starting 9. Viewing on Satu. Never used still in original box.
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Welcome to our world of vintage soda machines and other collectibles. We have been reconditioning and restoring vintage soda machines since the early 's. The purpose of this site is primarily for education, Most people who call us don't know the model number of that machine that they would like to have restored, or the model number of one they would like to purchase so here is how we can help.
Sign in. Watch now. Owner Paul Brown and the Gallery 63 team prepare for their next auction, which includes a headhunter's ax and a rare Vespa scooter with sidecar.
For many Coca-Cola collectors, adding one of the many models of antique Coke machines to their collection is a dream that often comes true. From its modest beginnings as a soda fountain drink into the first bottles of coke that a Vicksburg, Mississippi candy store owner, Joseph A. Biedenharn, bottled and sold in using common glass Hutchinson bottlesthe popularity of the sweet carbonated beverage grew rapidly. Five years later, three young lawyers, bought the bottling rights to the famous drink.