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Sep 26, 2022
I have one of these I'd love to have restored. I still have my collection - mostly 45's from when they were 99 cents each.
Feb 10, 2020
Memories!!! I'm sure most of my fellow puzzlers had a record player just like this one. I had a fair amount of 78's, but a whole slew of 45's. Those were the days, and the music was so much better than most of today's. Does anyone understand rap? Horrible.
Jul 21, 2018
I remember these!!!
Sep 20, 2016
I remember the old RCA Victrola very well. I made me cranky and would get me all wound up, trying to keep it going. You moved the lever to change to 45's which had a big hole in the middle and you had to have the 45's adapter also.
Sep 20, 2016
I love your puns!
Sep 20, 2016
I remember those too.
Sep 26, 2016
I remember those my friends and I played 45s in the 1970s! We would watch American Bandstand and then go out and buy the records played on the air! We would all pretend we were in the band and use use hairbrushes or whatever was on hand to use as pretend microphones!
Aug 23, 2017
Hey Welcome to the club. I loved Amer. Bandstand and used to run home to watch it on TV. and bought my first transistor radio to listen under my pillow at night. This record player needed to be cranked up.
Mar 5, 2017
Can't beat the days of the record player.
Sep 24, 2016
I never used THIS type of record player, but it DOES look interesting, however.
Sep 20, 2016
We had a wind up record player once. I may be old but it was older. It was an oddity, even then. So, I have had the opportunity to use a wind up record player and a treadle sewing machine but did not live during the time the were commonly used. I feel blessed to have touched history. And even more blessed to not have to live with the struggles of those times!

God bless you all.
Sep 20, 2016
I like how you put that..."I feel blessed to have touched history." My feelings exactly! My husband keeps trying to get me to get rid of my Singer treadle sewing machine because it takes up too much room. I think I'll tell him this is how I feel...
Sep 20, 2016
And I thought I might be the ONLY one to have remembered those things! Guess I'm not THE oldest on here. :-)
Sep 20, 2016
I wouldn't give up a treadle Singer if I had one. That's a gem and it's useful.
Sep 24, 2016
So true, Nibuchanan. I personally would not really like existing without running water, sewage, electricity, modern transportation, telephones, and even the internet and computer games and tv. But I love old, well kept things.
Sep 24, 2016
When I was little and my parents took me and my younger sisters on the long drive from Montana to Texas, we had a portable wind up that we played to pass the time. Our favorite was hearing the voices deepen as we let it wind down. I sure wish my mother had kept it.
Sep 24, 2016
My grandmother had an old record player and on Sunday after church we would have dinner there. She had one record and on one side it was the song "When the great ship went down." and the other side we didn't play it every often. I still have one and used it often in kindergarten which amazed the children.
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