While this is not a
broadcast radio, I felt that Rush Limbaugh's Remco Caravelle deserved
a place in the Archives due to its unique place in radio history.
The Caravelle was a Christmas gift to Rush at age eleven. He
played at being a disk jockey for hours with this toy, and as an adult
he realized his boyhood dream of becoming a radio broadcast
And what a personality he has become! He's the number one radio talk show host in the nation, with almost 20,000,000 listeners a week. With over twenty years in syndication, he is a five-time recipient of the Marconi Award for the Network Syndicated Personality of the Year and a member of the Radio Hall of Fame. Thanks to Rush, "talk radio" became a phenomenon; his success spawned others who helped revitalize AM radio with the talk format.
Thanks to Rush Limbaugh for allowing the Radio Attic's
Archives to use these images!
Visit Rush's web site to enjoy broadcast excellence!
"Archives" are maintained just for fun by Steve Adams at the Radio
When cabinet material or color differences are apparent or suspected in donated photos, I have included additional photos of certain model numbers. Due to time constraints, I must rely entirely on the accuracy of information supplied by contributors with their photographs. As such, no guarantee is made that the model numbers presented here are correct.
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