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Aug 03, 2013 at 10:00 PM
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can't answer your question, Bob, but can tell you that the headlight rim
is from a 1939, or 1940, or (?) 1941 Ford.
I like your collection and the shot.
regards, tom



Aug 03, 2013 at 10:27 PM
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Silly boy! Those are all AM radios - - and they only come in mono... !

I like the 2nd shot a lot... I like the balance - - it breaks the "don't line everything up and center it" rule... but I like it.



Aug 04, 2013 at 12:05 AM
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Thanks Tom,

Parts on shelves at OldCarCityUSA, location of the 'rust' series posted back in May.

I had no idea about the headlight trim.

Regards,

Bob



Aug 04, 2013 at 12:19 AM
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wclavey wrote:
Silly boy! Those are all AM radios - - and they only come in mono... !

I like the 2nd shot a lot... I like the balance - - it breaks the "don't line everything up and center it" rule... but I like it.


I was thinking of surround sound

First car "stereo" was an auxiliary FM multiplex tuner receiver that broadcast one channel over an unused FM freq so channel A went through the in-dash radio and channel B through the aux unit to probably the rear speaker(s). Balance was tricky. Then, for hi-end listening, you could couple in a reverb unit (mechanical (spring delay)) that seldom worked properly.

Net result: three separate gadgets, yards of wires, all individually controlled, in car to listen to music, if you could hear it over the rumbles from the Hooker Headers and straight flow Thrush glasspack mufflers. Sweet!

Glad you like the second shot. Thanks for looking any commenting.

Bob



Aug 04, 2013 at 12:36 AM
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Bob, I really like the first image. Well done!



Aug 04, 2013 at 01:02 AM
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They are both very good images Bob, I can almost here the static

Cheers Ray



Aug 04, 2013 at 08:21 AM
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Klaus Priebe wrote:
Bob, I really like the first image. Well done!


Klaus,

Thank you for your kind words. The second image was an add-on, the first has greater depth and presence for me.

-Best,

Bob



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Dougo wrote:
They are both very good images Bob, I can almost here the static

Cheers Ray


Thanks Ray,

Static? Oh yes, and huge areas without signal once away from the city on long trips.

Or, KMOX out of St. Louis late in the evenings if lucky and the atmosphere is 'right'

Regards,

Bob



Aug 04, 2013 at 12:20 PM
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Awww, no Muntz 4-track player??


Aug 04, 2013 at 01:02 PM
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Mono for me Bob, as in monochrome

Phil



Aug 04, 2013 at 02:59 PM
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Bob Jarman wrote:
Then, for hi-end listening, you could couple in a reverb unit (mechanical (spring delay)) that seldom worked properly.

Bob


I've been a ham operator since I was first licensed back in the 60s while in high school... There were 3 of us... always broke but willing to build our own equipment, and we would take & haul away anything electronic to salvage for parts. One day, we got our hands on a mechanical reverb from an old recording studio - - it was 3 or 4 long chambers - - I think the longest was about 8 feet or so - - mounted on a metal frame. Each chamber had a transducer at each end and a spring running the length. Each chamber provided the reverberation for a different frequency spectrum. It was very cool and it worked!

Thanks for bringing back that great memory... the picture and your history...



Aug 04, 2013 at 03:18 PM
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wclavey wrote:
I've been a ham operator since I was first licensed back in the 60s while in high school... There were 3 of us... always broke but willing to build our own equipment, and we would take & haul away anything electronic to salvage for parts. One day, we got our hands on a mechanical reverb from an old recording studio - - it was 3 or 4 long chambers - - I think the longest was about 8 feet or so - - mounted on a metal frame. Each chamber had a transducer at each end and a spring running
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Happy to oblige

To me, a little back-story helps take away the WTH prompted that ? Good times, good memories, did some really stupid things - lucky to be alive - today I'd be in jail... home-made rockets were our passion, propellants and all. They go by different names today.

Bob




Aug 04, 2013 at 03:55 PM
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irish-george wrote:
Awww, no Muntz 4-track player??


I skipped the 4- and 8-tracks, went to cassette, many of which had the tape eaten by the capstan roller.

Bob



Aug 04, 2013 at 03:58 PM
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jojomon11 wrote:
Mono for me Bob, as in monochrome

Phil


Agreed

Bob



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