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Electronics and Machinery Websites

This category is for sites devoted to sales of antique and collectible, or obsolete, electronic equipment and other machinery. Also included in this category are sites which sell services or supplies to the collecting community. Please see Recreation/Antiques and Recreation/Collecting for informational sites about these subjects.
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AES Pro Audio

Features a complete stock listing of vintage studio equipment. Includes a reference section and a feedback page.
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The Automat.com

Carries the original Automat machines that graced the Horn and Hardart self-service restaurants. Available professionally restored or in original condition.
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Vintage Radio Restorations

A restorer of vintage car radios and jukeboxes. Also supplies 45 RPM records.
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Antique Music Box Restoration

Antique music box repair and restoration.
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Harry Poster

Buys, sells and rents vintage television sets, including color conversions.
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Vintage Audio

Repair, restoration and sales of vintage radios, phonographs, clocks, and other antique items.
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Antique Survey Instruments

Buying and selling antique survey instruments such as theodolites and levels.
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Mechanical Nature Antiques

Buyer and seller of patented mechanical and technology related antiques, tools, appliances, office equipment, and various other items.
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PennyScale.com

Antique coin operated penny scales information, diagrams, identification, and history. Parts supplies, repairs and restoration for Watling, Mills, Pace, Peerless, and others are available.
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The Classic Typewriter Store

Specializing in restored vintage typewriters, brand new manual typewriters, and related accessories. Includes typewriter history, images, and a screen saver.
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Bjorklund Steam Engines

Precision machined, cast steam engines ready to run.
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Bavo Dekker

Specialize in vintage audio recording equipment including microphones, mixing consoles and tape recorders.
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Your Condom Machine

Working condom machines from the 1960s.
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