Retro Vintage Machines

Vintage Machines Retro machines

Vintage machines of the 70’s and 80’s. Can you remember the technology back then? I can remember some of the 80’s machines from when I was young—they were top-tech! Here is a selection of retro games consoles, telephones, TV’s and camera to either take you back or simply just to inspire.

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Vintage Polaroid Amigo 620 Instant Camera

Vintage Polaroid Camera

Vintage Polaroid Amigo 620 Instant Camera details:

A cute 600 Polaroid camera in the ‘Amigo’ 620 version- sure to be your new best friend! This is a clean vintage Polaroid camera that has been tested with an empty battery pack and appears to be in working order. Camera is in good vintage condition with very few signs of wear to the body… [link].

Vintage Record Wall Clock

vintage wall clock

Vintage Record wall clock details:

This vintage “thats soul III” record has been given a new lease of life and now hangs proudly on the wall telling you its time to boogy! it has been fitted with a modern battery operated clock, keeps time and works perfectly… [April 2012: link no longer active].

Vintage Quasar Portable TV with Cute Matching Remote

Vintage Quasar TV

Vintage Machines: Quasar Portable TV details:

Really cool vintage Quasar portable TV. Yellow 1980s television in perfect shape, with a mini version that is the remote! In working order, can be hooked up to a VHS player, (remember those!) and show your Revenge of the Nerds movies… [link].

Vintage 1985 NES Video Game System

Vintage NES Video Game System

Vintage 1985 NES Video Game System details:

This vintage and retro NES system is a perfect piece for gamers and people creating a gameroom. This NES comes with the NES control deck, two controllers, 1 zapper, an original AC adapter… [link].

8-Track Player Recorder and Tapes

8-Track Player Recorder

8-Track Player Recorder with 8 Tapes, details:

Here is a great condition, working 8-Track player and recorder, complete with tapes from The Beatles, Elvis & more! This plays great, and even has a headphone jack. All tapes have been tested, and work. The Record feature also works. The player could probably use a good head cleaning, just because of age, but it still sounds great… [link].

Cute Garfield Cat Desk Phone

Garfield Cat Desk Phone

Cute Garfield Cat Desk Phone details:

Garfield the cat phone from Tyco, dated 1991 […] Garfield seems to be stretching out relaxing with his eyes closed and his famous smile across his face. Answering the phone or making a call and Garfield wakes up and opens his eyes… [link].

1980’s Casio Pocket Color Television

1980 Casio Color Television

1980’s Casio Pocket Color Television details:

This is so cool and retro 1980! It still works! This pocket color television was a big deal in 1980. Model TV-400V. Still has the plastic case. Has good antenna and good volume. Scratchy picture and gets better when near a television… [April 2012: link no longer active].

Vintage Nintendo Donkey kong Junior Game

Vintage Nintendo Donkey kong

Vintage Nintendo Donkey kong Junior details:

Very Good shape and condition and comes with original battery cover. No missing picture, still dark LCD, no leak,
Stand good, sound good and serial intact […] Grab it to complete your vintage collection… [link].

Bright lemon yellow rotary telephone

Bright lemon telephone

Bright lemon yellow rotary telephone details:

The perfect detail for your mod room, this cheerful rotary telephone speaks volumes about style and bold color. While gorgeous, this phone is probably more for display than for long conversations. The body itself is in good condition, no cracks or major scuffs… [link].

All these Vintage Machines photos are copyright © of their respective holders. Items linked are currently available (as of July 30th 2011) on Etsy.

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One thought on “Retro Vintage Machines”

  1. Paul Murray

    The NES brings back fond memories. I must have been about 7 or 8 when I got one. It’s funny just how ‘boxy’ it is compared to todays sleek designs.

    The vinyl record clock is cool, and on my list of things to make.