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Sunday, 1 August 2010

Kenwood: attic - June 29, 1967.

Yawn. Yet another June 29, 1967 attic shot... and this time in colour. How tiresome.
Seriously though, any "readahs" in the States should keep an eye out for pishy 60s fan mags; some of these, as the above shows, have fantastic unseen Kenwood "shittle". OK?


  1. i don't think i'd ever seen these ones! life is full of little surprises...

  2. I'm pretty sure that no-one has seen the colour one since 1967, other than buyers of the fan mag it came out of. Apparently these colour pics were sent out as originals to such publications, to be used, or not, and never seen again. I chanced upon this one the other week. I'm sure there will be more, somewhere.