Devil May Care

This is the second I've made.  It's a 1953 GE refrigerator with a complete nut & bolt restoration.  The entire fridge was taken apart, cleaned, stripped, sandblasted, powder coated, refurbished, and painted.  The insulation was replaced with high density foam.  The electrical was completely replaced.  Pieces were custom fabricated and to finish it off, a high quality, custom paint job using House of Kolor paints. Over 200 hours went into it's transformation.

    It holds a 2 - 1/4 barrel keg (7.75 gal.) Enough to last a while and a heck of a lot cheaper than going to the market and getting bottled beer.  The custom taps are made to resemble a devils tail and pitchfork.

BEFORE PICS

Finished!

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I have to say that these pictures really do not do the "Devil May Care" justice. The candy apple paint theme has red flakes in it and really screams in the light. The CO2 tank was painted to match. A Coop sticker is imbedded in the clear. The drain feeds back through the door into a reservoir bottle. A dual keg system allows for a choice of your favorite brew. The freezer door has 1 1/2" of Acrylic so you can see your steins freezing in the red neon light. A separate switch in the back allows you to turn it on and off.

These two custom Skellramic devil steins which were commissioned for Devil May Care

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