Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Motorola, 1963

Motorola ad, 1963, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 1193 x 734 size. Scanned from The Golden Age of Advertising - the 60s.

"Fresh from Motorola... new leader in the lively art of electronics

Motorola believes stereo hi-fi should look as good as it sounds

If you have an eye for things that are more than run-of-the-mill, the stereo hi-fi Motorola has to offer should definitely impress you, whatever your thoughts on sound, size, or price.

Motorola offers a complete line of portables starting at $79.95 that are just the thing for school, vacation, or where space is a problem. Smart-looking console models come in a variety of styles and finishes as low as $129.95. Many models give you the extra enjoyment of FM/AM and FM stereo radio.

If fine furniture is just as important to you as stereo hi-fi sound, you'll particularly appreciate Motorla's exclusive Drexel models. These unique pieces combine authentic Drexel craftsmanship with features like the Vibrasonic System that adds reflected sound energy to recorded music for a live vibrant sound, Dynamic Sound Focus, and Motorola's famous three-channel sound output system.

Next time you're in the neighborhood, stop by your Motorola dealer's and let him give you a demonstration - show you with eyes and ears what you've been missing. All prices shown are manufacturer's suggested list (optional with dealers)."

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