Tucson – The Victims Speak

I have no words, only sad prayers.

The story from ABC News.

Source: abcnews.go.com via Jan on Pinterest

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4 responses to “Tucson – The Victims Speak

  • ramonasvintageapplianceforum

    The Phlclo V-Handle is probably one of the most “sought after”
    vintage refrigerators in the world. There weren’t that many made
    and they were designed by a noted designer.

    Certainly worth a pretty penny. Send some pictures, we’d love to see it.

    • Brian

      Hi ramona,
      I have found a philco v-handle in my families garage in Lancaster pa. We cannot find much information on this item other than it is extremely rare. The fridge is in great working condition and has all shelves and accessories. NO RUST anywhere on the fridge, just needs a good cleaning and maybe some paint. We are currently searching for a good collector to restore and own this great piece. Please help us find a great home for this item.

      Thanks đŸ™‚
      Brian

      • ramonasvintageapplianceforum

        HI Brian,
        I’m going to send this through email too. If you can send me some
        pictures I’ll put it right on the blog. Maybe we’ll get some feedback.

        A while ago I had some one interested.

        Let’s talk more through email.
        Jan Petroff aka Ramona

  • Anonymous

    I have a Philco 1953 V opening refrigerator in our basement. We use it to store xtra food on holidays and as far as I know it was never worked on.
    My dad bore a hole in the side to put a beer tap in. He stored the keg in the refrigerator and the tap was on the side panel.
    It has never failed us in the past 8 years we have used it.
    The inside shelfs are old but none are cracked.

    Is this worth anything as an antique?

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