Joining the ranks of the American vintage elite is the Westinghouse 7B Budweiser can machine. It was first manufactured in the USA during the 1960s; the closing days of the golden age of vintage drinks machine. It is a bespoke commission branded in the livery of Budweiser, one of the highest-selling beers in the United States.
This model is entirely mechanical, and has been fully restored to concourse condition. Sharing some functional similarities with the Westinghouse Corona Machine, it is in itself unique in that it dispenses 96 cans (440ml) instead of the traditional bottles. It is currently the only machine of its type that we recommend and stock at The Games Room Company. The Westinghouse 7B Budweiser brings with it a taste of yesteryear – producing the most popular drink for well over half a century. It’s the genuine article.
Our history with these machines stretches back over half a century – our founder, Reginald Waldersmith, was installing them on US Air Force bases back in the 1950s, not long after their manufacture. Being a relatively new invention at the time put the Coke Machines in unrivalled demand, and Reginald himself was known to occasionally share a drink with the GIs. We’ve been selling these machines since 1962, so know a thing or two about our products! Our showroom will gladly assist you on any questions you may have before or after you purchase any Games Room Company equipment.
- Dimensions: (H) 163cm x (W) 61cm x (D) 55cm
- Made in the USA
- Year: circa 1960
- Suited to all standard size glass bottles
- Fully restored to mint, concourse condition
- All original hardware
- Converted to work on British power supply