The Kelvinator Foodarama “before”:
The Kelvinator Foodarama “after”:
Close up of what’s for breakfast:
Pam I think it’s a 1953 model. It was very complete when we got it, Breakfast bar, juice containers, 4 of 6 original ice trays, banana bin. The only major thing missing was the saran wrap holder. The refrigerator trays roll out, the metal freezer shelves actually have the cooling tubes attached; it will freeze ice cubes in 20 minutes.The original owner from Altoona, Pa, a lady named Belle, took great care of this classic. We consider ourselves caretakers of this fabulous Kelvinator Foodarama!Am attaching more interior pics. Please include the one with our 14-year old, Shane. He would be thrilled!Tks!
Wanna see –> a later model Foodarama? It’s pretty cool too.
Patrick C. and Helen S., what do you think?: Is the Foodarama more elusive – hence desirable — than a built-in Revco???
More Retro Renovation Foodarama trivia: The Foodarama gets a call out in the big New York Times story all about our blog! 🙂