• Chloe Cunningham

    I wish I had like fifty scenes in Lucky's room so I could show all his vintage stuff.

  • Jolene Johnson

    Vintage inspired radio turned speaker. Mod Radio has transformed a vintage Turquoise Channel Master Radio into a speaker system that provides superb sound quality in a rad, retro package. This piece has been upcycled with brand-new speakers, wiring, and a highly efficient Class D amplifier. Just plug in your mp3 player and start jamming away— the rear-facing speakers are designed to reflect sound off the wall to fill the room with rich tunes.

  • Kara Hunt

    Old fashion vintage radio (:

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