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 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 12:11:29 AM on 4 March 2013.
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 Location: Brisbane, QLD
 Member since 30 November 2008
 Member #: 389
 Postcount: 16

I've been a member of this great forum for a few years now, so I thought it was time for an introduction.
I have always had an interest in vintage radios but in the past 4 years it has become quiet an obsession, to the point where the vintage cars, art studio & home renos have taken a back seat. Its hard to beat bringing one of these beauties back from the dead,and with the guidance of fellow club members Ive become quiet proficent in their restoration considering all I knew 4 years ago was swich on & off.
Keep up the great work.
Regards, Rob.


 
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 Location: Greenwich, NSW
 Member since 15 November 2005
 Member #: 1
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G'day Rob,

Dont' despair, many who sign up never end up saying a word. Welcome to the forums at last and we hope to hear more from you.


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