afrts 33 RPM records from the 70s - what do I do with them?

From: Zane H. Healy <>
Date: Thu Feb 26 13:47:38 2004

>Quothe steven, from writings of Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 09:55:27AM -0800:
>> I have a 2-foot stack of old afrts (Armed Forces Radio
>> and Television Service) LP records from the 70's.
>> They are used, but in good condition.
>Cool! Surely someone would want to purchase those! If I had the space
>and the economy was a bit better, I'd love to purchase them. They sound
>like collectors items, that would also be great to listen to... with a few
>exceptions such as the Michael Jackson album.

Agreed! My wife and I love LP's. You can pick them up dirt cheap
(at BadWill the boxed sets are especially nice as it's harder for the
idiots that work there to trash them), and if you like old music you
can find tons of stuff you couldn't get otherwise.

Stuff like 78's are a bit more of a problem, as a new turntable to
play them is rather expensive.


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