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Vintage radios become iPod speakers

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Now, we're not going to start criticising the iPod; God knows, it's seen us through some tough times. But, for all its long journey saving and lack of skipping, we're not totally ready to accept it as the future and turn our backs on the past just yet.

So far this has resulted in us watching Mad Men and using the term "Gee whizz!" every now and then but, thanks to Devin Ward, we now have a very obvious way of sticking our finger up to the present and warmly nuzzling up to the past.

He's converted some vintage radios into iPod speakers through some electrical know-how and impressed us mightily in the process.

You can even buy one yourself by clicking here.

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