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Vintage late 1970s and possibly early 1980s Science Fair Electronic Project kit set, made by Radio Shack (Tandy) and sold to countless happy fathers sons and daughters (possibly a few moms) back in the day.

Includes the wooden frame and two separate kits — cardboard that's printed and loaded with all the parts, and nestles into the frame with plenty of airspace for the workings on the underside.

The 150 in one is red and yellow; the 60 in one is pink, yellow, orange and green. Comes with lots of wires and capacitors and transistors, sets and switches and meters and plugs. Learn how to make lamps, integrated and radio circuits, solar cells, morse code transmissions, and lots more.

18" x 11"


The only thing missing are the manuals, which can be found online. The parts are all here and in excellent condition. No box, but will come very carefully packed.

vintage Science Fair Electronic Project kits. 150 in One / 60 in One. 70s 80s Radio Shack. Fall back to school geekery

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: metal, graphics, plastic, box, wood, wire, circuitry, plugs, meter
  • Ships worldwide from New York, United States
  • Feedback: 1485 reviews
  • Favorited by: 39 people

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