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Muntz Car Company
Muntz Car Company

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Posted by LoyalTubist at 1:34 pm (PDT) on Tue August 30, 2016   
I have seen several Muntz TVs.
Posted by kluv42 at 2:05 pm (PDT) on Fri May 13, 2016   
Muntz also made automotive audio equipment, and was a fairly hot name in car-stereo gear for awhile back in the days when the debate amongst car-stereo fans was:

"Which is better, 8-track or cassette?"

I had a Muntz under-dash cassette deck.  Sounded really good for the time, highly dependable, and you could easily slide it out and hide it in the trunk or wherever so thieves wouldn't see it.  Lasted for years. 

And, unlike 8-tracks, the tapes didn't tangle and break after a couple plays.

Muntz TV's? I don't think I ever saw one, don't think I ever even heard of them.
Posted by freddo30 at 11:08 pm (PDT) on Sat April 2, 2016   
I had a 27 inch Muntz B/W which was the largest you could get at the time ; it lived well into the late 70's thanks to an overvoltage device called a "tube brightener" hich I installed in 1975 ...
Posted by Alan at 12:21 pm (PDT) on Sun August 12, 2012   
"Mad Man Muntz" was no actor. He was Mr. Muntz himself. He also had TV's which he advertised as having, "a larger than life seventeen inch screen!"
Posted by Bob Wilson Jr at 7:13 pm (PST) on Sun December 19, 2010   
Their spokesman was an actor who billed himself as "Mad Man Muntz".

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