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Motorola Transistor Radio, 1960's... kinda looks like mine but I don't remember the logo

Motorola Transistor Radio, just like my constant companion back then.

Mid 60s transistor radio - looks like the one I'd slip under my pillow every night

The Super Six transistor radio introduced me to the concept of listening to my own music.

My first radio.  Got it for probably my 8th birthday from the Smiths. My case was black.  My favorite radio station was CKLW.  :)

Had a 'tranny' like this and remember trying to tune into Radio Luxembourg at night amid all the crackles and Eastern European stations.

A CLICKER-old time remote  The people I babysat for had this type of remote.. It was so neat...

old time remote, My uncle had one and it actually "clicked" when you pushed the button.

Motorola Tube Clock Radio Early 1960s

Vintage Mint Green Motorola Tube Clock Radio Early Model Mad Men Pan Am Era

Panasonic portable music players of the late sixties-early seventies, including Toot-a-Loop AM radio, Panapet AM radio, Take-n-Tape cassette recorder and Dynamite-8 8-track tape player. Image by Michael Dant.

My sister and I had the blue cassette player. PanaPals II — Panasonic portable music players of the late sixties-early seventies, including Toot-a-Loop AM radio, Panapet AM radio, Take-n-Tape cassette recorder and tape player. -> faasdant (via stewf)

I love electronics as pieces of furniture..love my console TV and looking for a console stereo!!!

played alot of Patsy Cline, Kitty Wells and Porter Wagner on one like this.

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