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Old 02-12-2018, 12:30 AM
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I wish we had swap meets like that in Aus. Very slim pickings here WRT vintage TV.
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Old 02-14-2018, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by irext View Post
I wish we had swap meets like that in Aus. Very slim pickings here WRT vintage TV.
If only we could take our sets on a cross-country tour like a circus, my area sucks for buyers, so I get all bargains when they show up on CL or free at the curb. My nearest TV-collecting friends are in neighboring states of Maryland, Virginia, New York and Jersey of course.

I take TVs to my local 2x a year radio swap meet and sometimes I actually sell one. Some stand holders have a couple of TVs that are way more collectible but I bring the most

That Admiral is exactly the kind of TV I love to add to my collection, though some here prefer table-top post war sets.
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