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Old 27th Dec 2023, 12:47 am   #1
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Default Stuff article on vintage radios

Spotted this in The Southland Times this morning (we still get print but will be cancelling it soon and switching to digital - too expensive!).

https://stuff.pressreader.com/article/281913072925038
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Old 27th Dec 2023, 3:28 am   #2
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Vibrating valves and records made from shaleck!

Still, better a few holes to pick, than no article at all! Thanks for putting up the link.
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Old 27th Dec 2023, 9:28 am   #3
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Always nice to see an article that's flying the flag for vintage radios, nice post, thanks.
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