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  1. The design of these things hasn't changed since the 1960s. TFH used to be full of adverts for them. I have never seen one in Australia. Does anyone actually own one or owned one and what are they like. I would love to start a thread on retro aquarium equipment. The oldest piece of kit that I have is an eheim 2213 that says made in West Germany on it that I bought in the 1980's, still works well. Anyone remember whisper pumps ? What is the oldest piece of kit that you have and do you still use it ?
  2. hello fellow fishkeepers its aussie here again and im inspired by joeys latest video and blog on converting old retro crt tv's into aquariums. so first up i went to good old ebay and went shopping for a really old tv preferably with wooden sides and those old atomic legs that look like out of the jetsons i was lucky enough to find just what i wanted and it was sort of local so i drove an hour to pick it up and scored it for only $29. i then did a little research and found that some of the same models i had were going up and over $500 on the trading post. i scored and was very happy to own a bit of australian television history so heres some pics of the old beast and me ripping the guts out of it. enjoy circa 1950's kriesler b&w television
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