The M31 gallery of reverse plastic:

1958 Sanyo P-22A(?),
1958 Channel Master 6501

both models 3"H x 4 3/4"W x 1 1/4"D

"CHANNEL MASTER? ...Channel Master SUCKS!!!"

No, not really -- there are four or five quite commonly-found Channel Master models out there which would be appreciated by collectors if they weren't quite so easy to find and if they weren't Channel Masters. But since Channel Master is probably the most common transistor radio name brand, Channel Master sucks... Ok, whatever...

The 6501 was the first Channel Master transistor radio. Channel Master radios were made by Sanyo...

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