doctorow — 2014-05-08T09:01:36-04:00 — #1
chgoliz — 2014-05-08T10:14:54-04:00 — #2
To be fair, we WERE in the space age in 1968. So whatever refrigerators looked like at the time, they were space age refrigerators.
kimmo — 2014-05-08T11:16:30-04:00 — #3
Perhaps you're just missing the point that fake wood may well have been considered pretty rad at the time ; )
sockdoll — 2014-05-08T12:44:25-04:00 — #4
Just think how much cooler the Apollo program would have been if they had faux-wood-paneled all of the command modules and lunar modules, etc. Of course to be REALLY cool they'd need to equip them with some of those state-of-the-art Frigidaire Power Capsules from the ad.
lightningrose — 2014-05-08T13:39:58-04:00 — #5
Beats hell out of the avocado green appliances of the 70's.
kimmo — 2014-05-08T13:41:15-04:00 — #6
Burnt orange kitchens to make an ironic comeback - you saw it here first.
malarkey — 2014-05-08T14:04:27-04:00 — #7
I think we actually HAD this fridge in my house when I was a kid.
nelsie — 2014-05-08T14:44:56-04:00 — #8
State-of-the-art, Apollo defined it. Fridges will have caught up when they're powered by fuel cells.
l_mariachi — 2014-05-09T02:36:12-04:00 — #9
Wouldn’t it be simpler to keep your food outside, in space?
doctorow — 2014-05-13T09:02:24-04:00 — #10
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