A rare and highly collectible product, the vintage Coke Bar is a perfect encapsulation of everything that's great about the brand. The trademark bright red colour is offset by polished metal and the bar is stamped with the world-famous logo. Its manufacturers, Victor, quickly became famous for producing uniquely-themed counter coolers and this immaculately restored example is one of a limited range of Coca-Cola styled bars that they were commissioned to produce in the 1950s. As part of the restoration it has been adapted to run on a UK power supply and has a modern compressor.
The Victor Products Corporation of Maryland started out as a commercial refrigeration manufacturer in the 1920s. They became well known for producing their uniquely styled yet functional counter coolers. Victor built a series of these for the Coca-Cola Company that included one, two, three and four-door styles. Offered here is the 2-door version, with a capacity of over 400 bottles of chilled Coca-Cola. The bottles were placed in the cooler horizontally, positioned on top of each other in alternating directions so that they fitted together like a puzzle. The roll-top style doors can be pushed up out of the way to access the bottles below and a white patterned laminate countertop with chromed edging extends along the whole length of the cooler, providing a generous surface for serving your chilled beverages. There are two built-in bottle openers with cap catchers and all four sides are embossed with Coca-Cola logos.
The cooler functions as a fully-operational fridge, chilling its contents to the optimum drinking temperature of 4°C. Of course there's no obligation to store coke in your vintage Coca-Cola bar since wine, champagne, or vodka can all be chilled in the same inimitable style! And if you were admiring those two cool Coca-Cola stools paired with the bar in the picture above then why not check them out here?
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.