Synonymous with Christmas for anyone under 50, these much-missed mini-choc bars disappeared when manufacturer Terry's of York was gobbled up by multinational food giant, Kraft, in 2005. The foil-paper wrappers and flavours were, however, seared by rote and gluttony into the memory of a generation. Devon Milk, Café Au Lait, Plain Dessert – colour-coded in oranges, browns and aquas, as if to blend into the wallpaper of a 1970s living room – these were tiny Yuletide treats
manual choke on dash - You had to spend time getting to know just where to position it - too much and you flooded the engine and had to wait 5 mins before retrying. I suppose the retro equivalent of locking your iphone!!
The Australian drama series The Sullivans followed the lives of the middle-class Melbourne family from the commencement of World War II. Over the course of the series, between 1976-1983, they explored the reality of war and the impact it leaves on survivors. http://www.essentialkids.com.au/photogallery/entertaining-kids/tv-and-movies/retro-kids-tv-shows-20120710-21sta.html