10 April 2012

Beating About the Bush



The Bush DAC10 was released in 1950, the same year as its cousin, the DAC90A. It was of a similar size but boasted more modern design cues, notably a louvred wrap-around grille that also featured in the company's TV22 television of the same year. Pre-programmed station settings were accessed by means of push buttons on the top of the radio. One could thus concentrate on other matters.


3 comments:

Frank's Trailer Works said...

wow, vintage pornography too. I do like this blog even if those radios are tempting me!!!

abijsmith said...

I get the feeling that she is listening to 'Woman's Hour' about the demise of the WI...

John Burke said...

...or WWI and surrender is imminant...