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ABOUT THE VOICE OF VINTAGE
An engine builder by trade but my pleasurable pastime is listening to and tinkering with tube audio equipment. It has been a long time hobby and just love it. I've always wanted a separate turntable to play my 45 and 78 RPM records and being able to stack them so what I needed was a record changer. I came across this vintage packard bell hifi unit (mono) at a local thrift store for $30. Not bad for an old tube unit although it was in rough shape.
I went to the process of taking it apart (the exciting part). The plan was to make the record changer work and check the electronics. Before I knew it, I was already working on the cabinet. The unit turned out looking really sharp! One time a friend of mine came by and saw the unit. He told me that a lot of people are looking for something like it. He asked me if I would consider selling it but was kinda hesitant. After a couple of days, I decided and tried putting an ad and, you guessed it right... I sold it quicker than I thought.
I then started looking for another unit...sold it...then the third...sold it...and then the first full size stereo console... and that's how it all started. Now, here I am putting smiles on your faces, You, my customers who has the same love for these forgotten gems.