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For all I know it runs. Not interested in retrofitting it and don’t have interest in using as is. The farm still has a 300,FH, TA, and those side mount front weights that was bought new by the owners father. 

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My Dad has an IH freezer in his basement with his collection.  Getting it down there sucked.  I saw a freezer and 2 refrigerators sell at an auction a few weeks ago.  I don't remember exactly what they brought but it wasn't much.  The ice cube trays that were in the fridges would bring more than the whole fridge if they were sold separately.  

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In South Dakota it seems like IH refrigerators and freezers are as common as water still. Somebody is always trying to sell one or else give it away if you will come and load it up(especially freezers). I got an IH freezer similar to the one pictured for $20 on an online farm auction a couple years ago. I was the only bid. Included with it was all the paperwork from when it was sold new in 1950(?) to a guy I knew. 

Sad thing is, every IH refrigerator or freezer still seems to work. I've had several people over the years offer me one of either thinking I'm going to pay big money for it. Sorry, but I don't think they are worth all that much since there seem to be so many around that people are trying to get rid of. 

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I used to have an IH freezer. During a storm the power started flickering on and off quite frequently, and I didn’t think to unplug the freezer until that passed. Unfortunately that took out the compressor, it worked great up until then, but wow was it a beast to move.

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