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  • Pamela

    If you know what this little gadget was used for then you can run with us big dogs from the 60's. I also have some metal ones...

  • Shirley Schwartz

    For you young people, you won't know what this is, but for us oldies, I used to have a stack of 45's that I loved to play

  • Amy Self

    remember this? my kids have no idea.

  • Mary Czach

    if you have to ask you're not old enough to know these were an adapter put in the middle of a 45 record so you could play it on a hi fi record player that only had the skilly pole for vinyl records or albums!

  • Linda Thompson-Mills

    Adapter for 45 records -- still have some of these. Still have all my 45s, too. LTM

  • Dean Marshall

    Want this for a tattoo!

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