This ad aired some time in either the late 1980s/early 1990s.
Taking place at the Windsor Gardens Store which would later become Bunnings a few years after.
The building still exists and Bunnings is enlarging their store on the former site of the adjacent shopping centre.
At some locations like Surrey Down, they changed over to Banner Hardware for a short time before Dank’s established Home Hardware in 1993 and the buildings were painted turquoise/orange.
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Apple store on 5th avenue, Manhattan, New York City (currently under renovation).
Taken – of course with an Apple iPhone 4 – during our visit in New York, April 2011.
We are a real (crazy) Apple family with:
1 iMac 27"
2 MacBook Pro 15"
1 MacBook Air 11"
2 iPhone 4
1 iPhone 3GS
1 iPhone 3G
1 iPod Touch
2 iPod Nano
2 iPod Shuffle
Comments and favs welcome, even from poor Microsoft Windows Users 😉
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