Yes, and fondly, too! The golden age of hobby electronics,Dean Huster wrote:Remember when there used to be lots and lots of electronics hobbyist magazines? Auto accessory projects were in one of them every month: intermittent wipers, sequential turn signals, daytime running lights, electronic dash gauges, auto headlight dimmers, delayed-off headlights, road temperature/freeze warning, shortwave converters and FM converters for the standard AM car radios.
following 'radio' (HAM, SWL, domestic receiver construction of
the late 1950s onward).
In the 1970s Hi-Fi stereo was on the rise as well, every month
a new 'transistorized' Hi-Fi amp circuit appeared.
I have an archive of Polpular Electroncs magazine (the UK
version) from about 1968 to 1980 something. A true gold
mine of rainy-weekend construction pojects and experiments.