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 The survivors
 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 14:32 on 30 April 2005.
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I hope all the diggers had a good day today! On another note, I have just published a new article here which is over five pages and is called The Survivors which covers what the major vintage radio manufacturers of yesterday are doing now, if they exist at all. It is surprising to learn that many of these companies have survived two world wars, despression, recessions and other critical times to remain in existance performing more modern manufacturing activities. The article is well worth a read! Link is at the left.


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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