70s "portable" music players and tape recorders!!

Ball & Chain radio. Had the red one!

Panasonic portable music players of the late sixties-early seventies, including Toot-a-Loop AM radio, Panapet AM radio, Take-n-Tape cassette recorder and Dynamite-8 8-track tape player.

Panasonic radio...the toot a loop...mine was red...I love it...James aka dad got it for me.

So you could bring your records to your friend's house.....

"Flip-Flash" This was my first camera. Shoot four pictures then flip it over to take four more! Guess this explains why there a fewer photos were taken back in the 70s!

Remember taping songs off the radio?

Colored Records

Vintage 1950s 45 Record Case HAD ONE

Swag Lamps... mom had this same one in the 70s....

Panasonic portable music players of the late sixties-early seventies, including Toot-a-Loop AM radio, Panapet AM radio, Take-n-Tape cassette recorder and Dynamite-8 8-track tape player.

Vintage 1970's Skateboards

70s Toys - Hoppity Horse

The Easy-Load Recorder…. 1970s cassette recorder advertisement.

45's..

National Panasonic "Toot-a-Loop" radio model R-72 S, 1972 was designed to be worn around the wrist like a bracelet or carried like a purse. Photo by gerson lessa. #Radio #Toot_a_Loop #Panasonic

Fisher Price Wind Up Radios - 1960's.

record player

An old school tape recorder

Products/70s

I had this one too at some time or another. Ker Plunk" was a late '67 release, but was selling (and playing) strong during most of the 70s