Time Didn’t Change How Cool These Things Look (21 pics + 1 gif)

Posted in PICTURES       8 Jun 2020       4904       4

“Still operational, an original 1957 wall-mount refrigerator”

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This house has a built-in cassette player audio system.

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“This glorious antique sofa is $100 and in near perfect condition!”

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The Seiko TV Watch, 1982

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“Found this limited edition Taz Polaroid camera at the thrift shop today!”

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“This stove has rang the bell for many years!”

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This is a Hans J. Wegner 1963 Shell Chair. Today, such a chair costs just over $3,000.

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“We thrifted this horrifying lobster clock. The cashier told us it was originally from the Soviet Union. Something similar is sold at $3,200.”

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An Italian table lamp made of glass from the 1980s

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It’s a vintage laundry hamper.

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“This is a 1978 Creators Swinging Couple Rain Lamp. Found this at a thrift store for $30 without the figures.”

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“Originally, it was $60 for both. Now, they cost more than $1,000.”

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“My mom thrifted this cool makeup mirror from the 1960s and 1970s.”

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This is a lava lamp that was made in Great Britain in the 1970s. It’s definitely better than all these modern Chinese lamps.

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“I used to play with this Tonka truck when I was a child. Now, my 4-year-old son plays with it.”

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“My 32-year-old Maytag stackable washer/dryer that hasn’t needed repairs in over 15 years”

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“My grandmother received this Aerolux bulb as a baby gift in 1948. It still lights up!”

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“My great-grandmother’s Moka, with an interesting design, is at least 60 years old.”

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A unique rocker

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This perforator dates to around 1910 and works flawlessly every time.

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“I’ve used this watch for 37 years now.”

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“My 1970s Chrome Sunbeam Mixmaster is still running strong today!”

22 Time Didn’t Change How Cool These Things Look


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Credits:  brightside.me


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Monty 9 month s ago
Stuff used to be made a lot better and it was meant to last. These days everything is cheap and disposable. People get fed up with it too. I know I do.
       
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Christy 8 month s ago
So, please tell me why my wife isn't disposable. She broke shortly after the wedding ceremony.
       
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Van 8 month s ago
Christy, was a reading problem. You didn't read the product specification with attention. She is not broken, this is the normal operation expected for this type of equipment. You can belive me, I have one with same kind of problem for 37 years.
       
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Solly 7 month s ago
There was a lot of cr#p made in "the good old days". Most of it, with a few exceptions, is in the landfill.
       
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