Yes, I do remember the Mod Shop. I grew up on the corner of Michigan Avenue and 118th Street above Hufnagel's Bakery and attended Scanlan Elementary. My recollection is that the Mod Shop was on the west side of Michigan Avenue between The Home Store on 116th Street and the busier shopping district 5-6 blocks north of there (which was also the location of a huge Gately's store. I have a distinct image of the storefront and logo as I used to walk past it often on my way to and from Ray's penny candy store (also on south Michigan Avenue). I sort of remember the Mod Shop being there prior to 1972 (although it may have been preceded by a "record store" that catered to the same clientele.) I was only 10-12 years old at the time. !
yeah my dad used to take me we had blood tonics or sasparellas, i remember the barrells on the walls , it was a great place.
One Stop Shop? my own idea... anyone carry on...
yes if you put your heart into it.
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I dunno, cuz when i placed a shop building in my place the items are on the shop button along with it....
You can either visit the apple shop or shop you purchased it from or look up how to reset your iPod on the Internet. As long as you remember your email and password
No, but the website looks cool!
Buy them yourself
I was born at home in Clive Avenue, Victor Street, Hull in 1959. I can still remember the vehical entrance at the Holderness Road end of the Street, behined the current Skeltons shop. Also remember the slat sided slaughter lorries with the faces of sheep and pigs showing through