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In 1940 if you wanted to buy a Crosley, you went to your local hardware store not a car dealer. Hand over $210, wait a few weeks, and a shiny new Crosley would appear in your driveway.

The Crosley was the invention of Powel Crosley Jr. a man famous for radios and refrigerators in the 1920s and 30s. Nicknamed the Henry Ford of radios, Crosley’s radios were the cheapest to be found.

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