Emerson Pioneer 8 Transistor Radio, 1958 (if they actually played anything good on the radio anymore, I would want one of these!)

Emerson Pioneer 8 Transistor Radio, 1958 (if they actually played anything good on the radio anymore, I would want one of these!)

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60's Vintage Red Transistor Radio - 24 Thrones
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Transistor Radio - I had one exactly like this -- actually, I still have it. My parents got it for me from "Santa" when I was about 12 yr. old I think. I thought I was really "groovy".

Transistor Radio - I had one exactly like this -- actually, I still have it. My parents got it for me from "Santa" when I was about 12 yr. old I think. I thought I was really "groovy".

Majestic all transistor "900"   ............................................................Please save this pin... ........................................................... Visit!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

Majestic all transistor "900" ............................................................Please save this pin... ........................................................... Visit!.. http://www.ebay.com/usr/prestige_online

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Arvin 6 Transistor Radio: omgosh, had one just like this in a fake leather case, to die for in the 50's.

Arvin 6 Transistor Radio: omgosh, had one just like this in a fake leather case, to die for in the 50's.

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The iPod has nothing on this adorably turquoise transistor radio from the early 1960s.  This is too cute :)                                                                                                                                                      More

The iPod has nothing on this adorably turquoise transistor radio from the early 1960s. This is too cute :) More

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The first transistor radio hit the consumer market in 1953. The Regency TR-1 featured four germanium transistors operating on a 22.5-volt battery that provided over twenty hours of life. Between 1953-1956 the number of transistor radios sold doubled, and by 1965 more than 12 million transistor radios were being sold a year.

The first transistor radio hit the consumer market in 1953. The Regency TR-1 featured four germanium transistors operating on a 22.5-volt battery that provided over twenty hours of life. Between 1953-1956 the number of transistor radios sold doubled, and by 1965 more than 12 million transistor radios were being sold a year.

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