Fully metal car showcased at the recent Retro Classic in Stuttgart… such an amazing piece of metal artwork!!
Found this old calculator in a restaurant. Was very impressed with it. Stood there staring and staring, trying to figure out how it works. The best part was, when I posted this on my Facebook page, my Uni professor commented that he used this before!!! I was so excited. Of course I had to ask him how it worked. It seems that you key in the number you want multiplied then crank the lever how ever many times you wanted to multipy it by. So, I think it is just for multiplications. He couldn’t remember any more how to use it besides for multiplication. I had to be contented with that info. But it was really exciting and interesting for me!!! Ah…..I love history!
P/s : Just found out that this was my 100th post!! wohoo!!!
A National television also known as “Sputnik”. Pretty sure our parents know this. They might have even owned one on a upon a time. This is what I love about dealing in vintage stuff. 🙂