probably as economic as a Dior!
mom just told me that it cost 625.00 when new. she said it was a fortune. i believe the house was under 10,000.
And the whooping energy consumption of one of those babies then!
Really fancy with the split doors!
and snazzy handles you pulled down. they snapped & broke often.
June had one like this. I don't recall the Beaver pulling too hard on it, though.
if any pulling occurred, ward did it.
My Aunt and Uncle had one of these. In PINK.
why am i not surprised.
Oh, Cookie, Mistress MJ adores pink appliances.
With turquoise following a close second.
My friend's grandmother had a pink refrigerator with lazy susan shelves that spun around. I still think design that was brilliant
well, i had a pink dress once and i spun around!
I love retro
me too. too much. way too much.
Did you ever caress it like Carol Merrill on "Let's Make a Deal?"
Do you keep your panties in the fridge to cool them off in the summer, Norma?
Girdles, merkins, mandals.
And it looks like they came in varying shades of Cookie Snot!
i suppose it was the phlegmatic model.
My god. When I was little, we had what was once Grandmother Muscato's old GE wheezer. We lived in awe of the neighbors because of their fridge, and it wasn't a patch on your Cycla-Matic wonder!
mum has stressed that they blew their wad on this fridge, which filled far too much of the wee kitchen.
The fanciest (and funniest) appliance I remember as a kid, in the house, was an electric floor polisher for that extra glossy waxed hardwood floors! My brother and I used to ride that baby.
and you're still vibrating.
But I've upgraded for a heavy duty model
Please, we're all ears!