How can anyone in the 70's forget 8-Track tapes and the player in every dashboard of the truck...lol.  It was worse when there was an 8-Track player in the house.

How can anyone in the 70's forget 8-Track tapes and the player in every dashboard of the truck...lol. It was worse when there was an 8-Track player in the house.

8 track tapes - just for old times -- remember how you could only skip to the "same spot" on each track?

8 track tapes - just for old times -- remember how you could only skip to the "same spot" on each track?

8-Track tapes ... and your favorite song was always the last song at the end of a track!

8-Track tapes ... and your favorite song was always the last song at the end of a track!

8 Track player...something like mine, but mine would split apart to set speakers in different locations.

8 Track player...something like mine, but mine would split apart to set speakers in different locations.

Here's a project I just finished - an old 80s stereo console that had an old FM radio, 8-track tape player and turntable.  I gutted the unit, painted it a gun-metal gray, and then crackled with a beige top-coat.  It's my new media cabinet!!

Here's a project I just finished - an old 80s stereo console that had an old FM radio, 8-track tape player and turntable. I gutted the unit, painted it a gun-metal gray, and then crackled with a beige top-coat. It's my new media cabinet!!

Stereo 8, commonly known as the eight-track cartridge, eight-track tape, or simply eight-track, is a magnetic tape sound recording technology. It was popular in the United States from the mid-1960s through the early 1980s.

Stereo 8, commonly known as the eight-track cartridge, eight-track tape, or simply eight-track, is a magnetic tape sound recording technology. It was popular in the United States from the mid-1960s through the early 1980s.

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