I remember an older neighbor getting his first car, a Pinto, and hooking up an 8 Track and jamming Boston (circa 1976).
First Car, Back Porches, Track Cartridge, 8 Track
8-track cartridge player, a short lived format, featured an endless loop that that theoretically could play forever. 8-track tapes could not be rewound, only fast-forwarded. The tape splice eventually would break causing the cartridge to jam. This one is from RadioShack.
I remember an older neighbor getting his first car, a Pinto, and hooking up an 8 Track and jamming Boston (circa 1976).
8-Track Tape Player - We had one similar to this on our back porch.
Amazing technology......an 8 track player!
REALISTIC TR-169 8-TRACK PLAYER
8 track player
1976 The Panasonic "Dynamite 8" portable 8-track player is without a doubt the coolest gadget of the 8-track era. You change the track by hitting the plunger. In a classic marketing pitch it was endorsed by none other than Jimmie "Dyno-mite!" Walker!
1970 S, Soundslikedynamite Adampasick, Panasonic Dynamite, Coolest Gadget, 8 Track Tapes
I had one of these! 1976 The Panasonic "Dynamite 8" portable 8-track player is without a doubt the coolest gadget of the 8-track era. You change the track by hitting the plunger. In a classic marketing pitch it was endorsed by none other than Jimmie "Dyno-mite!" Walker!
soundsof71: "It looks like a detonator. It sounds like dynamite." 1971 ad for Panasonic 8-track tape player! I had one of these…
Panasonic Dynamite Portable 8-Track Player - pushing down on the T handle changed the track
8 track tape player Walk with Me Down Memory Lane – 70′s 80′s....I dug this!!D
8 track tape player Walk with Me Down Memory Lane – 70′s & 80′s
Panasonic Dynamite Portable 8-Track Player. I had the red one!
1976 The Panasonic "Dynamite 8" portable 8-track player
Panasonic TNT 8-track tape player in Red - print ad
soundslikedynamite - adampasick
This is awesome. Anyone from the 80's remember these things? I think those with an iPod don't have cassettes anymore. :)
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Columbia Record Club
1970, Childhood Memories, Track Tape, Music Club, House Record
The Columbia Record Club. What kid in the 60's with babysitting or paper route money didn't fall into their clutches?!
Columbia House Records Club - Yes, you could actually buy 13 records or 8-track tapes for $1!
The Columbia House brand was introduced in the early 1970s by the Columbia Records division of CBS, Inc. as an umbrella for its mail-order music clubs, the primary incarnation of which was the Columbia Record Club, established in 1955. It had a significant market presence in the 1980s and early 1990s. In 2005, longtime competitor BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. (formerly the RCA Music Service or RCA Record Club) purchased Columbia House and consolidated operations.
Columbia House Record Club - Oh, how many 8-track tapes did I have!!!!!?
Columbia Record Club -- Mail order records and 8-track tapes, 1973.
Columbia Record Club ~ it's a 70's / 80's nostalgia day!!!!
Columbia Record Club - 8 Track Tapes were absolute JUNK
Columbia Record Club | Childhood Memories
1970's Columbia House record club
Cost of Living - 1971
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1971 Movies were $2.00
1970 Cost of Living
1970, High School, Track Tape, Baby Boomer
8 Track tape player. For my high school graduation my dad said he would put a stereo in my 1971 Chevelle. So I had to decide between a stereo with an 8-track player and a cassette player. Yep - I picked the 8-track player. Story of my life.
8 Track tape player.My grandma gave me her old Curtis Mathis and it had some ready to play. Beach music from the 60's, Neil Diamond hahah..still works...
8 Track tape player. my 2nd car had one of these in it. They are not really from the 80's but I am.
8-track tape player.- just bought a brand new- still in the box- 8 track player for my step-dad's 70th birthday! said it was teh best gift he ever received! :)
I had an 8-track tape players in my car. By my senior year in high school, I could no longer buy 8-track tapes and started carring a boom box with a cassette player in my car.
8 Track tape player. My cousin and I got matching 8 track players for Christmas one year. What a great Christmas!
Car 8-Track Tape Player. Phil got one of these from my mom for high school graduation.
8 Track tape player from the 1970's
8 Track tape deck
Remember these football games? These were IT back in the day. Multi-player too.
Childhood Memories, Electronics Football, Electronic Football, Memory Lane, Vintage Toys
Carried this in my book bag just in case I got bored...MATTEL: 1977 Football Handheld Electronic Game #Vintage #Toys
Mattel Electronic Football. I remember playing this at my grandparents house. It must have belonged to one of the uncles. :)
Mattel Electronic Football. Remember playing during recess in 6th grade! Like the Atari, this was another cutting edge computer toy but one you could actually hold in your hand.
Mattel Electronics Football Game. This and the basketball version were seldom left alone in my house.
Mattel Electronics Football Game - the original "game boy" LOL.... red dots & blips. :o)
Mattel Electronics Football Game Holy crap!! I'm old! I remember playing with this!!
Mattel Electronics Football Game! Ya, we had video games...
childhood memories...electronic football game
Trip down Memory Lane
Wasmachine met wringer
Childhood Memories, Mom Washing, Wringer Washing, Wringer Washer, Back Porches, Washing Machines, Clothes Line, Grandma
I remember these. We had one...wringer washing machine...easy to get your hand caught in the rollers...but it was fun and I enjoyed washing clothes...but I was young and didn't know what was to come
Grandma Benchoff's wringer washer she rolled out in the middle of the kitchen on wash days. She kept it in the corner of the kitchen. Aunt Hazel hid her shoes in it one day so she wouldn't have to go to school.
This looks just like the wringer washer we had when I was a child. It sat on our enclosed back porch. Silly, but it brings back memories.
My grandma used this type of washer when I was a kid. The clothes were washed in the tub part and then you took them out and ran them through the wringer (rollers at the top) to squeeze out the water before you hung them out on the clothes line.
Wringer washing machine. I remember sitting on the cellar steps and watching my mother wash clothes with one of these. If I was down there with her, she would say over and over..."don't put your fingers near the wringer!"
My grandma used this type of washer when I was a kid. The clothes were washed in the tub part and then you took them out and ran them through the wringer (rollers at the top) to squeeze out the water before you hung them out on the clothes line. One of the girls I went to school with ran her arm through the wringer...It was a scary thing!
Grandma had a washing machine like this. I once got my arm stuck in one of these...Up to the elbow, than had to roll it back out! Ouch!
I remember these. We had one. I remember my Mom washing many clothes with a ringer washing machine!
I remember going to Great Grandma's and helping my grandma and mom wash GG's clothes
The first laser printer 1976
Garden Sheds, Laser Printer, Printer 1976, 1969, The O'Jays
Size Does Matter! Back in 1969 your printer (If you could afford one) would have been the size of your garden shed!! How times have changed.... http://sprint-ink.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/its-matter-of-size.html
The first laser printer was invented by Gary Starkweather at XEROX in 1969.
4711 Colonia - Original Eau de Cologne de 4711 - Agua de colonia: perfume - agua…
Original Eau de Cologne - 4711
4711 Originated, 4711 Citrus
Eau de Cologne de 4711: Citrus with traces of rosemary and lavender, a spicy, ethereal scent for men and women, 4711 originated in Cologne in 1792 as a monk's secret formula for invigorating, medicinal "miracle water." (love the clean, fresh spicy lemon-lime scent~and it's unisex! My grandmother always wore this.)
Eau de Cologne de 4711: Citrus with traces of rosemary and lavender, a spicy, ethereal scent for men and women, 4711 originated in Cologne in 1792 as a monk's secret formula for invigorating, medicinal "miracle water." This was Grandma's favourite perfume...
Het allereerste flesje "parfum" kreeg ik van mn vader toen ik ongeveer 12 was. Het was een plat rond flesje met een metalen plaatje erop met een afbeelding van de Keulse Dom. Eau de Cologne de 4711: Citrus with traces of rosemary and lavender, a spicy, ethereal scent for men and women, 4711 originated in Cologne in 1792 as a monk's secret formula for invigorating, medicinal "miracle water."
Eau de Cologne de 4711: Citrus with traces of rosemary and lavender, a spicy, ethereal scent for men and women, 4711 originated in Cologne
Eau de Cologne van 4711.
Kodak's first prototype digital camera 1976 Source: Historical Pics
Camera 1975, Black And White, Cassette Tape, Camera Kodak, 1975 Kodak, Digital Cameras, Digital Camera
World’s First Digital Camera (1975): Created by Kodak's engineer Steve Sasson. It was the size of a toaster, and captured black and white images at a resolution of 100×100 - or 0.01 megapixels in today’s marketing terminology. The images were stored on cassette tape, taking 23 seconds to write.
The first digital camera in the world (Eastman Kodak, 1975). The lens was from a used parts bin on Kodak's Super 8 camera assembly line, it used a futuristic CCD image sensor (now commonplace) and took 23 seconds to record a crude 100 line black and white image onto cassette tape.
The first digital camera by Kodak and Steve Sasson. The 8 pound camera recorded 0.01 megapixel black and white photos to a cassette tape. The first photograph took 23 seconds to create.
In 1975 Steven Sasson, a Kodak engineer, produced the first working prototype of a digital camera. It was the size of a toaster, weighed eight pounds, had a resolution of 0.01 megapixels, and took 23 seconds to save a black and white image onto a cassette tape...
1975, Kodak digital camera. “The camera described in this report represents a first attempt demonstrating a photographic system which may, with improvements in technology, substantially impact the way pictures will be taken in the future.”
December 1975, Kodak engineer Steve Sasson invented the world’s first digital camera. The size of a toaster, it captured black and white images at a resolution of 0.01 megapixels. The images were stored on cassette tape, taking 23 seconds to write. The camera uses an ADC from Motorola, a Kodak movie camera lens, and a CCD chip from Fairchild Semiconductor. To playback images, a special computer tape reader setup outputted the grainy images on a standard TV in 23 seconds.
La primera cámara digital portátil (con cassette incluido). Kodak 1975
Kodak Digital Camera, 1975 - Retronaut
The first digital camera - Kodak 1975
Fido Dido, bekend van de 7-up reclame
Mascot 7Up, Time, 7Up Source, 80 S 90 S, 80, Dido 7Up
Fido Dido het Cartoonventje van de 7Up reclame. Met dit ventje heb ik bakken met geld verdient, door deze met textielverf op jeans/ spijkerbroeken en T-Shirts te tekenen op de markt en op school.
FIDO DIDO......THE SODA MASCOT " 7UP "...........SOURCE BING IMAGES..........
Fido Dido wristbands were a rage, I had one in neon orange and neon green!
Fido Dido het Cartoonventje van de 7Up reclame.
Fido Dido, 7up figuurtje, ook al sentiment
Fido Dido, el larguirucho personaje de 7up
Fido Dido 7up It's cool to be clear
Fido Dido, le p'tit bonhomme de 7up
Back in the day, Fido Dido.
Master Seriously, Dinosaur Slides, Childhood Memories, View Masters, 90 S Kid, Toy Viewmaster, Ahh Memories, Master Loved
El View-Master es un dispositivo visualizador de discos con 7 imágenes en 3-D. Aunque actualmente es considerado como un juguete para niños, no fue pensado originalmente así. El sistema del View-Master fue inventado por William Gruber, un fabricante de órganos y fotógrafo entusiasta, quien radicaba en Portland, Oregón. El tuvo la idea de actualizar el …
I loved my ViewMaster so much! My dinosaur slides were my favorite
View Master! Was one of my favourite toys when I was little
Oh yea the ever popular view master, who could forget.
View Master - entertained me for hours at a time
View Master 3D - A lot of fun!!!
Loved this toy! Viewmaster
View Master! loved these
De "vier kleuren"pen
Memories Memories, Vroeger Ook, Nostalgie Jaren 70, Colored Pen, Colors Steel
Things of the past ( 70's, 80's, 90's ) - Dingen van vroeger ( 70's, 80's, 90's ) ( Vier kleurenbalpen )
vierkleuren balpen. Zo had ik er vroeger ook een
vier kleuren balpen, had ik vroeger ook
zo had ik er vroeger ook een
4 colors steel pen...
Four colored pen
4 colored pen
ik ruik het nog......
Grandfather Wore, Spice Smells, Father'S Day, 60S, Spice Reminds, Fathers, Spice Dad, Father S Favorite
This is what my1st boyfriend wore. It was VERY popular in the '50'/60s. My heart went pitter patter. ( still does over 50 years later.....reminds me of special times)
Old Spice - My Father's Favorite After Shave and Cologne. The original fragrance was great!!!
Happy Father's Day Dad ... Your memory lingers <3 Miss You <3 ... June 21, 2015
I think of my Dad when I smell this! I gave his this every Father's Day!
"Old" Old Spice ... reminds me of my Papa <3
Old Spice aftershave. My dad used this.
Old Spice...smells like my Papa. : /
My grandfather wore this.
old spice. Dad : )
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