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Old 05-28-2003, 08:13 PM
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Look what i found in my basement (S class armrest fridge)

I was digging through my benzbin (no pun intended) and found a 140 (S class 92-99) armrest refridgerator. A few years ago i was going to build the ultimate S class (tv headrests, picnic tables, the works) then the friggin dot-coms changed everything

So has anybody seen one of these in a s-class? Does anybody know what it is worth or if they are still obtainable? The reason i ask is because back then i had a very very hard time finding this and *possibly* this is one of the last ones in the world that is uninstalled and brand new.

Whats neat about this thing is it has a factory look, unlike the aftermarket "universal" ones, this one fits snuggly into the center console and matches the dashboad texture, etc.

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Old 05-28-2003, 10:13 PM
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I would hate to think about what that does to a car battery while the engine is off.
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Old 05-28-2003, 10:27 PM
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While browsing through WIS I've seen service information about these things. I've never actually seen one, though. I always thought it was only available in Europe. Not a bad idea for those of us who live in their cars!!!
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Old 05-29-2003, 04:54 AM
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With the battery issue, in the manual it says it doesnt draw a whole lot of power from the battery, but just in case your going to be away for a while, there is a on/off switch built into the unit. (i dont think you can see it in the picture though)

What is WIS? Yes it is made for europe only, the instruction manual is written entirely in german and i had to have a translator translate it just to see if i could do the wiring.

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