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Marshall Fridge

How cool is this? Iconic brand Marshall has presented the Marshall Fridge, it feels and looks just like one of their timeless guitar amplifiers, it even features all the usual knobs and switches, and authentic Marshall logos. Inside, the fridge has 4.4 cu ft of space, that means a lot of space to fit all your favorite booze. It even comes with enough space for a small freezer. via GadgetReview



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