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Record player

Pioneer turntable - in the seventies buying the best components for you stereo was the goal i honestly had this it even had a dial where you could speed it up and slow it down.

Battlestar Galactica

Battlestar Galactica -- 1978 (The new BSG is good too, but I still like the original better.

30 billeder du kun rigtig forstår, hvis du voksede op i 70’erne | Dagens.dk

- this is the color of orange i wanted for my orange ice skates I wished for from Santa several times.

Mr Green Jeans

"It's not Easy being Green"

Typing class in the 60's

Typing class in high school. The good old manual typewriter. We had 2 manual typewriters and the rest were electric. We had to see each day who was stuck with the manual ones.

This is just like the phone we had in our kitchen the 1960's. It was the only phone in the house.

I remember rotary dial BLACK phones.this is just like the phone we had on the wall in our kitchen while growing up in the It was the only phone in the house, so you could forget about having any privacy.And party lines!

A camera with a flash that turned and burned out.  You had to change it after every 4 flashes.  I came in a 4-pack.

My nan had one of these cameras she always kept the flash cubes in her desk drawer .Kodak Instamatic Camera witch disposable flash cube and cartridge film. Cutting edge for its time.

The lovely Maureen O'Hara has passed away 10-24-15 - she was 95 - here she is with Haley Mills in The Parent Trap (1961)

Maureen O'Hara and Hayley Mills in "The Parent Trap". Love, love, and a million times: love! The Parent Trap :) Oh, Maureen O'Hara.

I remember those

Antique Vintage Coca Cola Soda Vending Machines - better than the box drink vending machines because there was less work - drop money into slot, open little door and pull out the soda that you wanted

CB radios from Radio Shack were big

CB radios from Radio Shack. I listened to my dad talk on the CB all the time when he was home from driving semi's. He gave us all a "handle" so we could talk to him.

Unforgettable!    Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance in the ever-popular chocolate factory scene from "I Love Lucy"

Trading places: After the boys attempt to do housework, Lucy and Ethel try to earn a living at the chocolate factory. (Photo courtesy CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images) - I Love Lucy Picture. Best I Love Lucy episode.

Celebrating 50 years of the Beatles!!!! (Here appearing with Ed Sullivan)

American television host Ed Sullivan smiles while standing with British rock group the Beatles on the set of his television variety series on Feb.

The Brady Bunch: "Marsha, Marsha, Marsha"

Watch videos, full episodes, clips featuring the brady bunch from TV Land.