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  1. #1
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    Old Chrysler Airtemp

    Still works great beside a refrigerant leak. Probably from the 70s I'd imagine. I advised not using the furnace this fall until it's been inspected.





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    AHH! Your photos aren't available.

    I think photobucket just raise the price for using their service:

    http://www.denverpost.com/2017/07/16...cket-fee-hike/


    "You never know what others don't know." -

    If I can't laugh at myself...then I'll laugh at YOU! -

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    Chrysler Airtemp model S05-61

    I found an old Chrysler airtime model S05-61. 5,000 btu.
    Last edited by Ray12%; 09-11-2017 at 12:03 PM. Reason: Airtemp. It was in my attic. House built in 1952. Heaviest little ac I've ever lifted. Trying to sell on ebay. I plugged it in and it came right on with compressor.

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    It was made in Dayton, OH

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