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*Art+Sound Bluetooth/FM Radio*
#1368296 Thu Jul 09 2020 01:40 AM
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My wife picked this little Bluetuth/FM vintage radio up at the local Big Lots store for $15. The sound is better than I expected it to be. Just a kool looking little radio. We'll set it in the truck when we go to cruise-ins.

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Re: *Art+Sound Bluetooth/FM Radio*
olezippi #1368562 Fri Jul 10 2020 08:10 PM
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That radio looks to be straight out of the 50s! I am one that appreciates the way things used to look more than what we have today!

Re: *Art+Sound Bluetooth/FM Radio*
truckernix #1368646 Sat Jul 11 2020 11:38 AM
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Originally Posted by truckernix
That radio looks to be straight out of the 50s! I am one that appreciates the way things used to look more than what we have today!
I think that's why my wife bought it because it has the old vintage look. I'm like you, the old things were made to last. Now a days most things you buy are throw away and buy another. Not much repairing going on these days.


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