On the scrap metal pile at my favorite local vintage audio emporium :-) a couple of weeks ago. It's been de-toxing in the garage since then. Today - a rainy day in MA ('til a little while ago) - was a good day to try it out.
I just couldn't resist it when I saw it in the muck and mire of the scrap metal pile. It's in poor condition - but it actually works OK. Controls are scratchy (imagine that?!). The tape deck doesn't seem to work... but the radio's fine. It has two SW bands along with the usual AM and FM. I don't know if it is obvious from the photo, but it's the size of an attache case (or, for younger readers, it's the size of a laptop bag).
What a piece of... umm... history... :-P
best of all, it had a very nice quality Maxell 110-min metal (i.e., Type IV) cassette in it. I am actually listening to it as I type this (on another cassette deck, of course). 1950s doo-wop/pop standards kind of stuff. Odd fodder for a boom box.