America’s Oldest Fridge

It might have been around for what feels like an ICE age ? but a refrigerator still chilling after almost 85 years could be the oldest in America. The fridge ? which shows no signs of freezing up ? cost around $300 when it was first produced by General Electric, equivalent to a staggering $4,225 today. It is believed to be the oldest working fridge in the US ? a title once belonging to a 1938 ‘flat top’ GE model owned by Mike Ansel from Pennsylvania.

It might have been around for what feels like an ICE age ? but a refrigerator still chilling after almost 85 years could be the oldest in America. The fridge ? which shows no signs of freezing up ? cost around $300 when it was first produced by General Electric, equivalent to a staggering $4,225 today. It is believed to be the oldest working fridge in the US ? a title once belonging to a 1938 'flat top' GE model owned by Mike Ansel from Pennsylvania.

It might have been around for what feels like an ICE age ? but a refrigerator still chilling after almost 85 years could be the oldest in America. The fridge ? which shows no signs of freezing up ? cost around $300 when it was first produced by General Electric, equivalent to a staggering $4,225 today. It is believed to be the oldest working fridge in the US ? a title once belonging to a 1938 'flat top' GE model owned by Mike Ansel from Pennsylvania.

It might have been around for what feels like an ICE age ? but a refrigerator still chilling after almost 85 years could be the oldest in America. The fridge ? which shows no signs of freezing up ? cost around $300 when it was first produced by General Electric, equivalent to a staggering $4,225 today. It is believed to be the oldest working fridge in the US ? a title once belonging to a 1938 'flat top' GE model owned by Mike Ansel from Pennsylvania.

It might have been around for what feels like an ICE age ? but a refrigerator still chilling after almost 85 years could be the oldest in America. The fridge ? which shows no signs of freezing up ? cost around $300 when it was first produced by General Electric, equivalent to a staggering $4,225 today. It is believed to be the oldest working fridge in the US ? a title once belonging to a 1938 'flat top' GE model owned by Mike Ansel from Pennsylvania.