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Re: What constitutes "vintage" gear?

20 to 25 years, huh?
That means most of the members of this forum have been "vintage" for years!! (I'm antique, 50+)
Seriously though, this is a great hobby for us!!!
Keeps us from partying all-night with hot young women....then again, maybe it's NOT such a great hobby after all!?
I'm constantly bringing home yard sale & flea market finds....much to the displeasure of the wife (who thinks a dress or a pair of shoes over a year-old is "vintage", and needs to be replaced).
For me, and most members of this forum, finding cheap, working "vintage" gear, is OUR version of treasure hunting!!
Ahhh, the joy of finding an HK receiver, that looks like it has been used as a boat anchor, and the guy wants $100 for it.
Actually, it's the $10 Nikko's, KLH's, & Sherwood's....that keep us in the hunt!!
Good hunting everyone!!
Steve


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