here it is.. our golden oldie. the vintage fridge that came with the house worked good and we had intended to keep and use it, but were unfamiliar with the world of interior freezers. when the freezer is inside the fridge you have to defrost the entire thing once a month or else the freezer turns into the largest block of ice known to man. we weren’t relishing the thought of unloading and unplugging and waiting for it to thaw, then cleaning, reloading and waiting for it to cool again. uhmmm. no thank you. we loved the idea of vintage looking, something like the big chill line, but they run for around 2-4000 dollars so that’s out. we just happened upon this vintage (60′s?) jcpenney fridge and the entire thing is a refrigerator, no defrosting monthly necessary. it’s small like most vintage ones are, but is huge on the inside, has all galvanized shelves & basket, and the cooling coils run along each shelf instead of on the back. we love it. we just got it in over the weekend, it is running a bit cold, so we may have to replace the thermostat, but we’re hoping that does the trick. (anyone reading ever replaced a thermostat before?) and one last thing.. it has a lock on it, how funny is that?