We just picked up a '62 airflyte last week and there is no refrigerator in it. The previous owner modified that whole cabinet area for storage only. We would like to get a propane/electric unit in there but don't know what size to get and I would love to see a picture of the original layout and dimentions of that cabinet. As we restore this we want it to look as authentic as possible. Also, any good sources in the midwest? We are in northern Illinois.
The previous owner removed the fridge and modified the cabinet to make the whole unit storage. I don't know what the original set up was and what size or color the fridge (icebox) was to look for. I will take pictures and try to get them posted. Thank you for your help
Don't bother with the 3 way. 12 volt is for maintenance on the road... won't keep stuff cold for long and can drain batteries quickly.
Measure your door, including the ability to remove the wood trim. The widest is what will fit. Most Shasta doors are too narrow for a fridge. I figured out on my Deluxe that the kitchen window was "just" big enough. I'll post a pix of the kitchen area.
Post by thepaisleymoon on Apr 11, 2012 20:47:29 GMT -5
Hello! Not sure where you are located. But we have a '62 that we are restoring. We removed the fridge and are using an icebox. So if you are interested in it, or photos of how ours was I can send them to you. Just let me know.