From an era when audio systems were also furniture comes the Grundig KS742U Stereogram.
The radiogram or stereogram isn't always easy in the eye. But this Pye G66 stereogram really does that that on its side.
Know an electrician? If you do, there's a good chance you can bring this 1950s Decca Stereogram back to life. The 'looks' are already taken care of.
We have sung the praises of the humble stereogram or radiogram in the past, but there are certainly good and bad examples amongst the many that hit eBay. This Thorn Ultra stereogram in rosewood is one of the better examples.
That exterior alone must have made it a pricey affair 'back in the day' – looking not unlike a piece of Merrow Associates design. Inside you get three-band radio and I suspect, a decent deck – although the seller doesn't give too much detail on it.
Condition is described as 'very good' (bit check the images on the site to make sure) and the price is a Buy It Now of £125. The seller is also looking for offers, so you might get it cheaper.