Treffen George Jetson . . . .
Electronics today come in basically one style -- black plastic crap. If you're lucky, you might find some various-color plastic crap. In the heyday of mid-century modern, that's not how radio- and TV manufacturers did business.
Especially not the Germans.
This is a Kuba Komet console TV-radio-phonograph. This is art.
If there is a holy grail in mid-century modern design, this might be a contender for the title. I want this. I may need this.
I know I can't afford this. Word is that if you find one today -- and the Kuba Komet was insanely pricey in West Germany when it was new (from 1957-62) -- it'll set you back about $10,000.
And that's enough to make your bank account go kaput.