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June 24, 2009

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Bro Paul

Mike-
I think Dad might be pushing the envelope a little on the age of the radio. I remember its arrival, and unless my brain cells are pulling memories from when I was 2 years old, I think it was the early 60's. I too was fascinated with this cool radio that was forever tuned to WCTC, 1050 if I recall....and I always wanted to know who this Arvin guy was.

Glad it is in good family hands. We can only hope you don't also start showing up with it at the breakfast table...genes can be very scary.

Bones59004

here is a pic of the one i just bought. do you know how much it could be worth ?
[IMG]http://i37.tinypic.com/t6rpf6.jpg[/IMG]

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