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Antique Phonographs in Antique Cars


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Posted 28 August 2000 - 01:32 PM

During the 1920's, and into the 1930's, many automobile owners kept a portable suitcase-style hand-wound phonograph in the car to provide entertainment while away from home. On picnics, drives into the country and just day trips with a guy and his special girl these old portable phonographs provided music for dancing or listening.<P>Today these old phonographs make a great accessory for those antique cars. Period music (jazz, Charleston, etc.) is great fun at antique car shows or gatherings. <P>If you need repair on your old hand-wound phonograph, or steel phonograph needles, or books or Nipper dogs, contact Yesterday Once Again at yesterdayonceagain@yahoo.com Antique phonographs ARE our business. Thanks.




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