SOLD: From back panel of a vintage stereo receiver to one-of-a-kind wall hooks — perfect for all your hang-ups or a special gift for your favorite DJ!
As built in the seventies, the Panasonic SA-40 (as seen in photo 5 for reference only) was a handsome, 70-watt FM/AM receiver. Yes, I was lucky enough to find one, but someone had totally ruined the electronics and although it could not be used as originally intended, I just couldn’t allow it to be put to sleep. After some deconstruction, lots of grinding and a few tweaks here and there, I managed to save the back panel and repurpose it as one-of-a-kind wall hooks.
Hang it near the front door to catch keys; in the kitchen or powder room for hand towels; in your dressing room for jewelry; or perhaps in your office as the perfect place to hang your 21st century headset. (These are not the type of hooks that would accommodate big heavy coats.)
The hanger measures approx. 15.375″ wide by 5.75″ high from the very top to the bottom of the (3) steel hooks. There are two metal keyhole hangers attached to the back panel that is covered in felt to protect your wall. The piece is in very good vintage condition with minimal wear marks. As seen in the pictures, the AM antennae arm folds down for yet another place to hang your hat.