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Vintage TV- Sister you remember this???? Picture it now Di.....Daddy you and me lying on the floor watching this tv.......good times!

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Retro TV. I wonder if it gets the 24 hour Nixon channel.

My parents offered to give me the old television from my nana and papa's house. It was the one thing they brought with them from England in the late 50s. I want to put it in the living room and put the flat screen in the basement with the Trinitrons.

Retro~1950 Zenith I think this was our first TV. Rather pathetic by todays standards..But when we got itb we thought we had :Truly Arrived."!!

My mom had a tv like this. She bought it when she was 17 and moved away from home. She saved up for months to buy it - she had hardly any furniture in her apartment, but she had her little black & white tv. And no lie - that thing still works! I swear!

Love at first sight.. Omg look at this!! Love Red..

Since my mother worked a lot my sister and I got to watch our fair share of tv shows. Because of this I feel like our gender is represented in some of what television has told us. We enjoyed our Disney channel, our sports channels, but a lot of criminal shows, Our ideals of beauty were the commercials we saw, the way female actresses were portrayed, etc.

Video killed the Radio star! Or not? Check for the best industrial style TV & Radios. More sugestions at vintageindustrial...

We have been standing on the promises of God for a long time now.......safe and secure from all alarms.

TVs came in cabinets, and often included a record player and radio, too. Note the Rabbit Ears antenna - we kids spent hours moving them up, down and sideways at our parents' direction, trying to bring in a perfect picture, and get rid of the static in the sound! (No such thing as a remote then - you had to get up and adjust things yourselves - that's why having a kid was useful : )

Black & White TV. Had 2 sometimes 3 stations and NO remote.