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February 23, 2011

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Harry

Angelo - good observation. I was browsing Ebay a few weeks ago and picked up a 1966 GE P1910. Same basic shape as your radio, 17 transistor, AM/FM/SW. Decent amount of chrome, like a Buick of that vintage. Great looks, heavy as a tool box with 6 D batteries, and decent performance.

Angelo

Harry: I'll have to look up the P1910 to see what that one looks like.
If it's from 1966, I'm sure it's a tank. As they moved to the early and mid 70s, they found less expensive ways to produce---including thinner plastics and "metallic" plastic instead of chrome. Still decent radios, but not as good as the older ones.

Harry

Angelo - you can look up the P1910 at this site, as well as, many other GE radios. Your model is likely there somewhere.
http://www.radiomuseum.org/m/general-el_usa_en_19~year.html

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