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I just luv my 1950's Turquoise Tube Radio made by Arvin...I listen to am talk radio with vintage style!
The Sunbeam Mixer I found at a local estate sale, but it is more for show, than use...too busy posting discussions at IAO I guess! LOL The Eames Era style vinyl cover I also purchased at an estate sale, but I only paid $1.00, and it cleaned easily! :O) I'll bet it was a blender cover, but it fits our wide sliced toaster really well!

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For me, I have my "new" (c.late 60's-early 70's) Sunbeam 20-2 toaster (which just replaced my T-40), my 1966 Sunbeam 12C mixer, my 1964 GE clock/radio, and (unfortunately) my 1995 microwave. I've bought other microwaves, but when they die or I realize they're way too small, out comes this huge old workhorse. I just saw on a tv show the other night that you can use an old microwave to make a bomb. Okay - a much older microwave, but it's good to re-purpose!

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