IN the 1960s, young bucks got their copies of Spic and Span magazine. The women featured within were always keen to show their garters-adorned legs. The stockings were sheer and pulled high, No baggy knees. The attire was Spick and Span. But it wasn’t about the women. It was about the central heating. What a marvel! The ladies were merely the fleshy lagging to the stars of the show: radiators. Readers would look at the ice crystals on the inside of their wet window panes and dream of the day when they got the radiators and got the girls:
Spotter: My Retro-Space
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