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  1. #1
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    Default The Radar Detector Museum

    http://www.guysoflidar.com/museum/

    Still tweaking things.
    Right now I'm concentrating on the earliest units. Let me know what you think.

    Jim

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    That is great stuff!
    Brings back memories of road trips when I was a wee lad.

    Thanks JB.

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    Nice Jim! Keep up the good work... cant wait to see the rest!

    I haven't heard of like 3/4's of these, of course I wasnt born until 1987

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    AWSOME WORK MAN!

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    Very nice.
    I'd forgotten about the Snooper XK. They were a perfect fit for the dash of a Dodge Dart Swinger---perfect texture match and faux woodgrain.
    I had a bunch of these. I found the Fox XK Remote to be quite good for its time. I replaced it with original Escort and I never looked back.

    Thank you, Jim

    Bill

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    Sure enjoyed the look of RD's of the past. Most of them I recognized and it was interesting to see the original boxes.

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    Very nice, amazing what detrectors looked like back in the day that I cannot remember because I wasnt born yet. They really had the big ant horns hanging out the back for sure--amazing

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    Nice work!
    Brings back a lot of memories of the different units I have had.
    Can not wait to see more added!

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    Default Good Job

    Outstanding work Jim!
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