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Old 02-14-2011, 05:16 PM   #1
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Curious about storage compartment

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Can someone explain what this is or was?

I don't see this storage on other 73 models.
Is it something the PO did?

It's between the furnace and the Univolt and I can't help but wonder if it used to be something else?

It almost looks like a pass through for firewood because thre is a sliding door on the inside.


Thanks in advance for clues provided.
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Old 02-14-2011, 05:41 PM   #2
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That's where the milkman would deliver the milk to.
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Ice

Yeah or maybe that's were the ice was delivered to keep the fridge cold?
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Or could have been the food chute for the prisoner that was being held in there.
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Never saw anything like it. It was ventilated for a reason. Doggie kennel, generator, or time out for smaller household members?
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Bet it was for a cat or dog, maybe ventilated so you could hear when they wanted to come in. Good place to stick the kitty box too, odors go outdoors.
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It was an Irish Airstream and that's we're the wee people came in from the outside.
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It looks like it's made of galvanized steel, IE, like some furnace ducting - So, it's been added by a PO...

I like the 'kitty litter box' storage idea, clever!
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