Jims pick, Record Players from Audio Archeology

Jims pick, Record Players from Audio Archeology

Audio Archeology always brings interesting vintage Record Players and Hi-Fi’s. He surprised me at the Vintage Garage season opener with the Audio Visual Instruments Schoolroom record player. Big and boxy with a huge front grille it has an Industrial look but, the coat of Mint Green warms it up. I

Early 1960’s Nylint Sticker Shock at the Ford Dealership

Early 1960’s Nylint Sticker Shock at the Ford Dealership

The Nylint company began in 1937  producing kitchen tools and components for durable goods.  From 1941-45 they were focused on War effort manufacturing particularly  anti-aircraft magazines.  After the War, with their modern  steel pressing technology they turned in the direction of Toy making. There were dozens of toy makers making pressed steel toys before Nylint,

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