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November 28, 2010

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Keith in Toronto.

Thanks for the tip Craig.
I've got one on the way to Toronto for $11 Shipping.
I've always wanted one of the Spirit of St.Louis radios and this model truly looks like it will make the perfect travel radio.
I'll let the group know how it performs.

craig

I bought two. I've always liked suitcase radios. This one has the Expedia logo on it to. Don't know how it will perform but lots of room for an antenna inside. Plus being analog batteries will last forever.
Thanks,
Craig.

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