Remarkably Retro
guyfarris:

ROCKETEERS

guyfarris:

ROCKETEERS

murdercycles:

Packard. Photo taken in CT late 1968.
Found slide from auction, unknown location and date.

murdercycles:

Packard. Photo taken in CT late 1968.

Found slide from auction, unknown location and date.

Man in bathing suit, probably 1930s. I found these two pics in an antique store a few days ago.

"Could your bathroom look like this?" Formica, 1953

"Could your bathroom look like this?" Formica, 1953

Palm Beach Cravats, 1938

Palm Beach Cravats, 1938

midcenturymodernfreak:

1966 NuTone Built-In Stereo Music System - Via

midcenturymodernfreak:

1966 NuTone Built-In Stereo Music System - Via

A long, long time ago I stumbled across quite the find on eBay: some 1939 Kodachrome footage showing off downtown Dallas in glorious color. It caught the attention of a…
"Wherever there’s Squirt… there’s Fun!" 1959

"Wherever there’s Squirt… there’s Fun!" 1959

broadcastarchive-umd:

magictransistor:

The Regency TR-1 Transistor Radio.

bunstrousfur:

In 1954 Texas Instruments and Regency radio came together to create the first transistor radio to hit to market, The Regency TR-1. The TR-1 was not only popular for being the first widely sold transitorized radio, but the TR-1 was also connected to the Hollywood scene. Michael Todd, best known as Elizabeth Taylor’s former husband and for his production of Around the World in 80 Days, linked his name to this radio when he gave out the radio as gifts, which were housed in book-like cases, to commemorate his movie. These Michael Todd models are very rare and have been said to be given to people of importance, including members of his cast such as: Arthur Miller, Shirley MacLaine, Lou Berg, Bill Shawn, Frank Quinn and Ted Patrick.” (via)
grooveland:

(via 1955 Ford “Beatnik” Bubbletop Custom Concept going up for Auction - Carscoops)