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    antique carrier weathermaker

    i recently aquired an old still in use ac unit from a diner that closed recently . the diner has been in operation since 1935 . it had 2 owners , and the latest owner had it since 1962 . the owner couldn't tell me much about it , only that it still ran, he turned it on before i unhooked it. he used it occasionally. it's a carrier weathermaker. there are no tags or vin numbers on it . ididn't want to take it apart unless i really have to. maybe an id number inside. the ac unit was there when the diner was purchased in 1962 by the second owner. it stands 7 or 8 feet tall and about 3' by 3'. an inside model color green. i'm having trouble finding any info about it . maybe someone can help . my name is corey crouse at
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    Oops.
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    This is about the oldest Weather maker literature I can find.
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    I have seen what you are talking about...............They used Careen 7 as a refrigerant!

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    1935 Carrier Weathermaker

    That is a real collectors item. Do you still have it?




    Quote Originally Posted by corey crouse View Post
    i recently aquired an old still in use ac unit from a diner that closed recently . the diner has been in operation since 1935 . it had 2 owners , and the latest owner had it since 1962 . the owner couldn't tell me much about it , only that it still ran, he turned it on before i unhooked it. he used it occasionally. it's a carrier weathermaker. there are no tags or vin numbers on it . ididn't want to take it apart unless i really have to. maybe an id number inside. the ac unit was there when the diner was purchased in 1962 by the second owner. it stands 7 or 8 feet tall and about 3' by 3'. an inside model color green. i'm having trouble finding any info about it . maybe someone can help . my name is corey crouse at

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