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Eight-Track Players5 of 288 Track Realistic Player/Copy     1979 Yard Sale saveDYNAMITE 8 TRACK PLAYER
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    Posted 5 years ago

    NobulDaApa…
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    It's a old radio it has an 8track player and a turntable and radio I was just trying to figure out what it was.

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    1. NobulDaApasso, 5 years ago
      Yeah it works just fine I was listening to the radio
    2. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 5 years ago
      Stand back brunsick, we need someone Old on this one. well kiddo what You have here is the oldest multimedia player around. Radio, 8 track and record player. 3 in 1, can't get that with a iphone!! A few more buttons then a iphone, these You have actually push and turn, no sensor touch pad here! So basically Kiddo this is Old school!! lol :))
    3. NobulDaApasso, 5 years ago
      I'm just trying to learn more about it so I can fix it up I really love it
    4. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      They are from the 1970's, maybe 1976, and remember we had one. I remember later on in the 80's my father brought them home from the back alley. I wished I could have kept one but no room, it had the most beautiful midcentury styling I had ever seen. There were so many made at the time, good for a family. Almost all companies made them, sold at sears etc in mid 70's.
    5. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 5 years ago
      The 8 track often changed sides in middle of song with a loud annoying double click. That was why it lasted such a short time in peoples homes. Should be many tapes available for cheap change. Used to see them all the time at garage sales.

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