We picked up this little gem while we were out antiquing. I love that it is on an original Gusdorf D2300 stand. It is such a small and compact unit, which makes it great for on the go entertaining. We wish we never sold our 1964 Motorola Cadet Portable Television. These units would have looked great together.
While speaking to the shop owner, he notified us that he rented this out for a photo shoot in Content Magazine. We took a couple of photos of the magazine with it in the background. Just a little more cool to add to this set up. The photographer was Arabela Espinoza.
Looks like a cool shoot! Nice staging.
The photographer did a great job with even with the little things. In the foreground we can see Pall Mall cigarettes, Polaroid camera, pull tab beers!
This player is really clean. The platter mat needs to be glued back down to the platter but that is an easy fix with some rubber cement.
Gotta love the 70’s green and orange accents!
I have to bring this in to my good buddy Justin at Stellar Electronics to give this little guy a tune up.
I haven’t decided if we are gonna keep this unit yet.
Below is the verbage from the advertisement for this Mustang Portable Stereo Record Player.
“Turn that thing down! How many times have you heard that? Now you can do something about it. Besides suffer in silence. Pick up your party & your stereo Mustang & sink slowly into the sunset. Like far away. G.E.’s Mustang is meant to be carried room to room or house to house. The big speakers make great stereo sound sound that way. & that’s what musics for.”
-Boys Life November 1966