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Bendix Corporation Australia Pty. Ltd.; Sydney, NSW

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Name: Bendix Corporation Australia Pty. Ltd.; Sydney, NSW    (AUS)  
Abbreviation: bendixaus
Products: Model types
Summary:

The Bendix Corporation Australia Pty. Limited
Sydney, NSW

In early September 1951 Bendix and Technico formed a jointly owned company, Bendix-Tecnico Ltd.  In 1955 Pye Ltd of Cambridge England bought half of Bendix Tecnico shares. Finally in September 1967 Pye sold its shareholding to Bendix USA and The Bendix Corporation Australia Pty. Ltd.,  443-453 West Botany Road,  Rockdale, NSW 2216 Australia was formed

Also see; Technico Pty Ltd

History:

This manufacturer was suggested by John Kusching.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
AUS  74 Noah's Ark   One of three novelty radios manufactured by Bendix with cases modelled on sculptures by we... 
AUS  74 Pacific Mask   One of three novelty radios manufactured by Bendix with cases modelled on sculptures by we... 
AUS  74 Aboriginal Head   One of three novelty radios manufactured by Bendix with cases modelled on sculptures by we... 

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Further details for this manufacturer by the members (rmfiorg):

Newspaper article from the Age, (VIC) 1 Sept 1951 P6tbn_aus_tecnico_with_bendix_age_vic_1_sept_1951_p6~~1.jpg
Advertisement for three novelty radios manufactured by Bendix with cases modelled on sculptures by well know Sydney sculptor, Bim Hilder. Australian Women’s Weekly, 29 May 1974, Page 42tbn_aus_bendix_radio_ad_ww_29_may_1974_p_42.jpg
Pye sells Technico to Bendix Corporation. Canberra Times 19 July 1967, Page 34.tbn_aus_tecnico_pye_sells_can_time_19_7_1967_p34.jpg

  
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