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Date Posted: 06:09:40 08/29/15 Sat
Author: Garage Rocker
Subject: Your first color TV set

After starting a thread about your first in-car FM radio, it occurred to me that most of our "nostalgia" for TV is of black and white images. Does anyone remember when they first had a color TV to watch? Was it when your parents got one, or did you have to wait until you had moved out and were on your own? How many of the local channels could you actually get that weren't too snowy or ghost-ridden to watch?

My grandparents lived with us, and got a color TV in 1968, but most channels were almost unwatchable. My ex-wife and I got what was my first color TV in 1973, but even though we were living in Dormont with a rooftop antenna, we couldn't watch WTAE.

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