So the fridge was bought by me in Staten Island for 300 USD.
I brought it to our workshop in brooklyn. I am a member at a hackerspace called NYC Resistor ( www.nycresistor.com
) . Think brew club but, we do a lot more than brew. We make all sorts of stuff.
First by a friend:
Another more recent with some custom 3d printed tap handles for halloween:
So this is a photoblog of sorts I quickly put together for imgur: http://imgur.com/gallery/eJTyq
There are details here about the restoration process as far as rewiring the fridge went.
Other fun stuff:
Here's some 3d printed keg shrouds I designed for homebrew competition kegs.
Here's some photos of me adding some k-type thermocouples to fermentation buckets to test out the datalogger my friend is kickstarting: