I have a Moffat refrigerator thats about ten years old. THe outside of it is almost ice cold. From my experience refrigerators are generally warm on the outside. It would seem that its obviously a case of poor insulation, but seeing how its not that old something makes me doubt thats the case.
The door seals are intact, the ones around the freezer are as cold as ice however. The sides of the fridge are the most noticable.
This fridge has a condensor coil frame in the back,