Took my buddy on a 2,000 mile roundtrip to pick up some stuff from the in-laws in Milwaukee as they are downsizing. Rented a 2020 Ram with the 5.7 Hemi-what an unbelievably awesome rental! That thing flew. The first item(s) I grabbed were my father-in-law's vinyl record collection. It is AWESOME. Currently sorting through everything and there are 9 (1'x2'x1') boxes of records and 1 (1'x2'x1') box of 45's. Love me some vinyl... Additionally, I grabbed a GE refrigerator circa 1949 that was in my wife's house when they moved into it and still runs to this day! It still has the original instructions book with its only servicing being a new compressor replaced sometime in the 70's. When I got it home, I primed, painted and clear coated it and she looks like a million bucks (the top left photo is it finished, the others are before's). Loaded to the gills with Coors Delights, New Glarus Spotted Cow and Moon Man, Sierra Nevada, Guinness. Just enough to prevent me from having to constantly go back and forth to the store. My wife posted it to Reddit and although the overwhelming reaction was positive, we got a wave of millennial shit about how it's not energy efficient and it could cost me upwards of $110 extra per year. I wonder if any of these party poopers realize that's about what they spend refilling their vapes. Granted, it's only going to serve as my beer fridge, but I think it's cool.