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Old 07-31-2010, 06:34 PM   #29
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My Grandmother's 1948 Electrolux XXX canister vacuum.
It still works great....
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Old 07-31-2010, 09:06 PM   #30
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Tea Pot Clock

I'm coming clean on where I bought it.
KOHLS - Buy one get one free!!!
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Old 08-01-2010, 02:53 AM   #31
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Vintage, vintage, vintage!

We have vintage spun aluminum storage canisters in our 1961 Bambi. Besides the vintage "cake taker" which we use to store paper plates, we think our favorite piece is the "Grease" container. We're still trying to figure out what we can store in it besides its original intended contents.

We love our vintage George Nelson for Herman Miller fiberglass flying saucer lamp that we have in our 1974 Tradewind. It's huge and every time we travel with it we say a silent prayer that it doesn't get damaged in transit. We also travel with a set of vintage Knoll Bertoia "diamond" chairs that we set outside along with a low-slung boomerang table once we are at our final destination.

Thanks for posting everyone. This thread is awesome!

Happy and safe journeys,
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Old 08-01-2010, 08:21 AM   #32
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My mom's old aluminum folding chairs-recovered & embroidered

I dug my mom's (1950 or so) aluminum folding chairs out of the attic and made new covers out of Sunbrella Sling fabric. Our daughter did the embroidery for us. We have 8 of them.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:55 AM   #33
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Mike, I would love to post pictures if the wife ever gets the digital camera working again. Hopefully soon. Happy Trails, Ed
Ed, looks like you need to buy the Mrs a new camera! We want pics!

Yhottys, love the canisters and cake taker. Would love the see the grease container, too.

Mimi, the chairs are awesome!
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Old 08-14-2010, 01:46 PM   #34
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After exploring numerous antique radio options, we decided to get a mini jukebox replica that plays MP3's. We just didn't think that putting an antique tube radio in an Airstream would be a good idea. This is a replica of a classic 50s Wurlitzer made by Sega. It even takes coins and has a mechanism that picks up mini 45s and places them on a turntable!

The lights flash with the music and it has speaker outputs for stereo purists. Here's a link to the details including a video.

http://www.japantrendshop.com/home-j...zer-p-382.html

This will be a great addition to our '58 Overlander.
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Splinter, we have the same clock. We love it, just the right size and looks great in an Airstream. We also collect a lot of hammered aluminum - trays, bowls, coasters etc. I'll have to get some pics. We also have a great vintage aluminum bread box.
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Does your juke box play "in the Navy", Mello Mike? Gotta have that one!
And Bredlo, love the stripper! Beautiful canoe!
We have old aluminum glasses with the original colors from my parents. They were what we used camping when I grew up. We've picked up a few more as we've found them. Definite '50's vintage, I think!

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Does your juke box play "in the Navy", Mello Mike? Gotta have that one! Kay
Absolutely not, Kay!! I've got hundreds of songs on my IPOD and that ain't one of them.
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Is that a breadbox or....

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We also have a great vintage aluminum bread box.
Does it say Airstream on it front and rear and have wheels and a tongue? LOL! Ed
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Old 08-17-2010, 05:40 PM   #39
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After exploring numerous antique radio options, we decided to get a mini jukebox replica that plays MP3's. We just didn't think that putting an antique tube radio in an Airstream would be a good idea. This is a replica of a classic 50s Wurlitzer made by Sega. It even takes coins and has a mechanism that picks up mini 45s and places them on a turntable!

The lights flash with the music and it has speaker outputs for stereo purists. Here's a link to the details including a video.

Japan Trend Shop | Home Jukebox mechanical mp3 Wurlitzer

This will be a great addition to our '58 Overlander.

Mike, Carol & I have the real Wurlitzer OMT (One More Time) Bubbler Juke Box that was sold in the early '80's and plays 45's! It has all the rotating lights and bubble tubes working when it's running and it sounds great in our familyroom! Carol calls it my $2,000.00 night light! That's what we paid that for it when we bought it from the local Sears store. I have had offers up to four times that amount since then! Ed
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Old 08-17-2010, 08:29 PM   #40
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Mike, Carol & I have the real Wurlitzer OMT (One More Time) Bubbler Juke Box that was sold in the early '80's and plays 45's! It has all the rotating lights and bubble tubes working when it's running and it sounds great in our familyroom! Carol calls it my $2,000.00 night light! That's what we paid that for it when we bought it from the local Sears store. I have had offers up to four times that amount since then! Ed
Wow, Ed! I'd love to see pics. I'd love to get an old Juke Box for the home, too.
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spice it up!

This set sits on top of the built-in oven, when we're not moving. From Kromex, who else...?

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This set sits on top of the built-in oven, when we're not moving. From Kromex, who else...?


My mom had this set when I was growing up. She also had the matching canister set to go with them. She even had the one labeled "Bacon Grease". Times have changed.
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