Monday, December 03, 2012
Hey pallies, likes one of my most fav thin's to do durin' Dino-winter-month is to search the ol' web for unique and unusual Dino-treasure for pallies to purchase for themselves or to gift other Dino-philes with. There is likes an unendin' motherload of Dino-treasure to be unearthed, and many many at very reasonable prices.
Today's Dino-find comes from the Etsy site where a lady tagged Miss Beverly R. Jones is sellin' a real Dino-gem. It's a vintage "Dean Martin Deluxe" 8 Track Tape released by Pickwick that is still sealed and unopenned....for the unbelievely low price of 7 bucks.
Likes I totally totally grooves on the marvelous Dino-impression that graces the cover of this musical treasure, and certainly this glorious Dino-art is worth the price of admission. Likes to tell the truth pallies, I might just try and gets me an 8 Track Player so that I coulda enjoy the lush sounds of our Dino in true '60's-70's swingin' style!
Dudes, likes this is a one of a kind Dino-treasure, so we know it won't last long. To checks this out in it's original format, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report. Dino-devotedly, DMP
Vintage Dean Martin Deluxe 8 Track Tape Sealed and Unopened
Vintage 8-track tape cartridge still sealed in cellophane, never been opened.
Dean Martin Deluxe 8-track tape includes the following songs:
I Can't Believe That You're in Love with Me
On the Street Where You Live
Just In Time
Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Heaven Can Wait
I've Grown Accustomed To Her Face
Until the Real Thing Comes Along
This 8-track tape, along with others listed here, was found in boxes stored in my late father's store. He owned a Western Auto/General store in the small town of Olanta, SC. My father stored many items on shelves in his vast storage room as the years progressed (he kept moving new merchandise in and there was only so much shelf space!). These 8 track tapes were subsequently found by me after his retirement. Since he passed away, I've held onto a lot of these items, but it's time now to let them go (I only have so much shelf space myself.)
All of the 8 track tapes that you find here are original and still sealed in cellophane.
Thank you for browsing!
Posted by dino martin peters at 9:02 AM