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small cooler for keeping leftovers--no fridge
The ARB 50-quart refrigerator is expensive (around $900) but well worth it
Norcold 40qt 12v
Elevated fridge/freezer combo.
Whynter 45 Quart 12v fridge/freezer
I plan to buy an RV style cooler for keeping food fresh.
Coleman cooler on wheels
We are using a 12/120V marine fridge, that uses a DanFoss compressor. They are very very energy efficient and don’t need to be vented like a propane fired one.
I try not to carry cold food
12V top-loading fridge.
Norcold 2.7 c.u. ft. fridge/freezer. Blue Interior Light.
Fridge stored in bench seat.
We use a 45L RTIC Cooler for food and beverage storage. We learned quickly to leave this outdoors overnight to avoid condensation.
We run a 12 volt dc 140 litre fridge.
Cooler on sliding platform.
Fridge/freezer positioned between driver and passenger seats.
Considered an Engel, but Dometic was more affordable and seemed to have better technology (Variable rpm compressor, lower amp draw)
My fridge is the original Dometic 211. Luckily both my parts and rebuild rigs had fridges because I had to Frankenstein them together; mostly the trim/door pieces.
We have a teenie tiny 12v fridge that is 7L.
We chose a compressor model because it consumes much less electricity than other versions and does not require gas or complicated equipment. The installation in the column was very easy and we just had to re-cut the door.
Engel 40L car fridge
Fridge installed. Perfect height with not an inch to spare. Powered by a 1100 watt Krieger inverter.
We built a sliding drawer on casters with a large hole cut in the bottom for ventilation. On the right hand side of the cabinet we also have a vent placed exactly where the fridge motor is for additional ventilation.
95L 12v upright fridge
It’s a built in Dometic unit
The fridge/freezer is an amazing product. It is virtually silent and is very efficient.
12v Refridgerator. Still deciding on specific model.
Electric cooler. 12V. Powered while driving.
I also have a Yeti Roadie 20 now, which I use primarily to store vegetables and the occasional cold drinks.
Cooler on the roof rack. Only needs ice every other day!