Coors Beer Can Radio & Box Vintage 1970's Banquet Light
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Sold Date: 08/23/2009
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Alcohol & Smoking
is a great Coors beer collectable from the 70's. The beer can contains an AM radio with an on/off/volume knob on the left and a tuning knob on the right. The radio uses a 9 volt battery (not included), which installs in the base. The radio has been tested and it works fine. The speaker is at the top. The can is 12 ounce size, about 4 1/2" tall and 2 5/8" diameter.
The can is in good shape for it's age, no dents or dings, just a little label lifting/bubbling in spots. Still looks fine for display, though. The box has light handling wear, but is intact and also good for display. The original instruction/warranty sheet is included. It is also intact, but a bit yellowed and curled from being stored wrapped around the radio. All pictures and scans in the listing are of the actual item you will receive, so should give you a good idea of the condition.
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