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walnut 1970s car raidio casset pkayer 

 

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/retro-walnut-1970s-car-raidio-casset-pkayer-still-boxed-new-/151441993231?pt=UK_Collectables_Vintage_RL&hash=item2342a56e0f

 

Starting at £10.00 this could go for peanuts....

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walnut 1970s car raidio casset pkayer

 

BSR2bvfl.jpg

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/retro-walnut-1970s-car-raidio-casset-pkayer-still-boxed-new-/151441993231?pt=UK_Collectables_Vintage_RL&hash=item2342a56e0f

 

Starting at £10.00 this could go for peanuts....

 

1970s? What tosh! It even says CD Compatible.

I would guess about 1995 and utterly worthless shit.

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walnut 1970s car raidio casset pkayer 

 

BSR2bvfl.jpg

 

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/retro-walnut-1970s-car-raidio-casset-pkayer-still-boxed-new-/151441993231?pt=UK_Collectables_Vintage_RL&hash=item2342a56e0f

 

Starting at £10.00 this could go for peanuts....

 

Wasn't longmill the replacement name for the group of chinky chancers who sold |||pine speakers ? Had some of their shit in my shed circa 1997.

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'bl era were the dash in the princeses matche the radio grab a pice of british history'

 

The seller is obviously something of an expert on car audio.

 

EDIT: I've just realised my sarcasm was entirely misplaced. It must be British, Longmill is where they make Rovers, innit?

 

walnut 1970s car raidio casset pkayer

 

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http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/retro-walnut-1970s-car-raidio-casset-pkayer-still-boxed-new-/151441993231?pt=UK_Collectables_Vintage_RL&hash=item2342a56e0f

 

Starting at £10.00 this could go for peanuts....

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 CIRCA 1978

 

 It is stamped inside the cistern 1978 - so 36 years old approx.

 

... and they even provide a close up photo of the date stamp, reading JAN 1987

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That's from the 70s. These guys used to make headrests and all sorts. They were the ones that did leopard and tiger print seat covers. "Gaiety to modern motoring!",  was their motto.

 

Here's a pdf catalogue from 1970 : http://mk1-performance-conversions.co.uk/pdf/karobes.pdf

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