I recently bought a new house that came with antique appliances. I bought new ones for my kitchen and got rid of the stove however I still have the refrigerator. Its a Westinghouse from the 30s or 40s, and I am thinking of turning it into a kegerator since it will hold two of my corny kegs for homebrew. Has anyone ever taken an old fridge like this and converted it? I know it may cost more to run however the insulation looks like its probably pretty thick (the door is a good 5 inches thick.) I don't intend to run it all of the time, just to have beer on tap in my Florida room when I have people over. My main concern is the type of insulation since I will have to drill through it, through the door to install draft shanks. Is this safe to do? I'm wont be drilling through 4 3/4"inches of asbestos will I?