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mego73
Jun 20, '07, 3:51 PM
I still have my 7up dispenser from childhood and bought one MIB off Ebay.

Back in the day I saw it in a catalog (along with all those other toy snow cone, taffy, candy and cake makers) and in my kid mind I thought it was a small version of an actual resturaunt style dispenser (my middle name is gullible).

Here's is what they look like:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Chilton-toy-7-up-dispenser-with-bottle-inside-7up-7-up_W0QQitemZ150134080006QQihZ005QQcategoryZ855QQss PageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

I know they made one for Coca Cola (I would've loved to have a coke one as a kid, Coke is my favorite)

It comes with a couple small plastic glasses and a nossle made to go onto glass bottles of soda (which you place inside the dome).

It never worked that well and the nozzle was prone to leaking but it is still a beloved piece of my childhood.

Anyone ever get these type of dispensers?

Here's a Coke one:

http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-Toy-Coke-Coca-Cola-Soda-Dispenser_W0QQitemZ190123898750QQihZ009QQcategoryZ 38QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem

Marvelmania
Jun 20, '07, 4:44 PM
I love those things! Here's' a couple that I have. A Coke and Pepsi dispenser.

http://megomuseum.com/mmgallery/files/1/9/coke.JPG

http://megomuseum.com/mmgallery/files/1/9/pepsi.JPG

HardyGirl
Jun 20, '07, 7:48 PM
I've seen these in the old Spiegel Xmas Catalogs. They look like they were fun. Beats the heck outta the lemonade stand!

mego73
Jun 20, '07, 9:46 PM
Love the Coke one especially!

palitoy
Jun 20, '07, 10:09 PM
I've always wondered about these Mike, so essentially, you put pop in them? I was just looking at one tonight in a wards catalog.

mego73
Jun 20, '07, 10:12 PM
They come with a nozzle that you attach to a glass pop bottle (they still can be found but they were easier to find in the 1970s).

You lay the bottle inside the dispenser with the nozzle poking through the hole under the handle.

Pulling the handle presses the release on the nozzle and dispensing the pop into the small glasses.