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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Fri 14, 2006 11:05 pm 
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I will take it off your hands for $75 plus .40 cents mile transportation charge. (The $75 is what it will cost you for me to dispose of it).<BR><P>------------------<BR>Tom<BR>"The 21st Century is a nice place to visit - but I sure wouldn't want to live there."


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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Fri 14, 2006 11:41 pm 
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I don't think one could classify a radio as 'antique' when it's the same age as a middle aged person. In any case, should you try and search on eBay, there might be a chance that you'll find a number of similar consoles that don't sell.<P>------------------<BR>Mort


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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Fri 14, 2006 11:46 pm 
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All sarcasm aside, most collectors aren't interested in these consoles, even though it may be a good performer. Usually people have a hard time finding homes for consoles from the '50s, much less those from the '60s, '70s, or '80s.<P><P>------------------<BR>Tom


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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Sat 15, 2006 2:20 am 
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FIRE WOOD!<P>------------------<BR>Kevin G


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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Sat 15, 2006 2:37 am 
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If it's from the 8-track era, it's more than likely particle board. <BR>Not good for firewood.<P>Ken D.<P>------------------<BR>


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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Sat 15, 2006 3:18 am 
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Hmmmmm! Target stands anyone?<BR>Curt<P>------------------<BR>Curt, N7AH<BR>(Connoisseur of the cold 807)<BR>QCWA# 25085 AMI# 242<BR>CW forever


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 Post subject: 1960-70 Antique floor model stereo
PostPosted: Apr Sat 15, 2006 9:39 am 
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Banks,<BR>If you're still reading, I'd find a good home for it, donating it perhaps to a retirement home or similar place for older folks to play LP's and 8 Tracks on. I am being serious. They would probably be more familiar with this set than a newer CD set. Maybe there's some kind of social club or dance club that might have a stash of old LP's and nothing to play it on.<P> You may also find a younger person who you can spark an interest in older stuff, donating it to him/her. You would be surprised at some younger people who now have an interest in LP's and 'classic' types of systems. Monitarily it is not worth much at all, but to a younger person I think it would be cool t ogive something like this. To us, a 30 year old set may not be interesting, but to them, it is ancient :-)<P> Sorry, but the guys are right, if you can get $5 or $10 for it take the money.<P>Good luck!<BR>Gary<BR> <P><BR><P>------------------<BR>


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