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We buy collections so keep watch for fresh the market pieces. You can always call us directly if you see a vintage piece are interested in or have pieces to sell. Call us, Skip to navigation Skip to content. Buy Now! Need some mood lighting in your soda room?
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The History of the Soda Fountain
Memory Lane Restorations - Custom Vending Machine Restorations and More!
Over the past few years the value of these machines has skyrocketed! Over the last 16 years our restorations have become known worldwide for their quality and real warranties. About 10 years ago we expanded our operations to be able to restore up to 6 machines each week but found that there were inherent quality control problems since not everyone shared our commitment to being the best. For this reason, over the last 5 years, we gradually consolidated our two restoration divisions back into the original building we own 3 blocks from our store and have reduced our staff to only those people who love what they do and take pride in being the best.
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Welcome to Back In Time Warehouse, we are the restoration specialist!
We feel it is not ethical to compete with the restorers that we provide parts for. To do a paint job and not take care of underlying problems does a disservice to you and to the machine. For more information keep reading. Due to the insulation used in the antique and classic soda machines there will almost always be rust inside the insulation area. If the machine is not totally dismantled the person or shop doing the restoration cannot take care of this problem; rust is caused by condensation built up in the insulation area.
For many Coca-Cola collectors, adding one of the many models of antique Coke machines to their collection is a dream that often comes true. From its modest beginnings as a soda fountain drink in , to the first bottles of coke that a Vicksburg, Mississippi candy store owner, Joseph A. Biedenharn, bottled and sold in using common glass Hutchinson bottles , the popularity of the sweet carbonated beverage grew rapidly. Five years later, three young lawyers, bought the bottling rights to the famous drink. By the Coca-Cola Company had grown to include almost bottling plants throughout the country.