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1973 Westclox Transistor Radio Clock Combination

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Posted 2 years ago

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I bought this 1974 Westclox Transistor Radio Clock Combination at an Estate sale and can't find any informaiton on it. It is electric and the radio sits atop the clock. The radio can be removed and used by itself (uses a battery) it has a carrying loop handle and antenna. I bought it brand new still in box. It is a model number 80058. Has anybody ever seen one like it?

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  1. Pop_abides Pop_abides, 2 years ago
    What else would you want to know that NIB would not tell you???
  2. Hunter Hunter, 2 years ago
    nope, but that color is amazing
  3. knocknock, 2 years ago
    I do not understand your comment Pop_abides. The box was not in very good shape and the literature inside it was unreadable. I don't understand why there are no others out there and why it is not listed in the Westclox website.
  4. LoriLovesVintage, 2 years ago
    Knockknock, have you thought about contacting Westclox and asking them for information? I'd try giving them a call, telling them you have this clock and ask who you might speak to to get more information about it. I'm an antique dealer and have contacted companies many times - most are very helpful.
  5. slodown, 6 months ago
    Hi,
    I owned one of the Westclox radio/cassettes from circa 1974.
    It was not lime green like this model but made to look like "antique" wood - albeit plastic!
    I was a relatively young man of 27 at that time (1974) and can still remember with some nostalgia that clock radio.
    It was certainly not high-tech - FM/AM, no DAB; 4 rolling/backlit ribbons to indicate hours and minutes.
    But I liked it.
  6. slodown, 6 months ago
    Knockknock
    I've left a comment on this item
    Regards

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