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Inventor creates RadioGard, a fake front for car radios to make thieves think the radio has already been stolen.
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Car alarms didn't stop thieves from shattering the window of Gerald Levinson's Porsche and stealing his radio. So the ex-publisher of Chief Executive magazine and ex-ad manager at Institutional Investor invented RadioGard, a fake front showing splayed wires and a gashed frame. Attached with Velcro, it creates the illusion that the real radio has already been ripped off. Levinson sells it by mail from his Manhattan Beach, Calif., home.

-- Leslie Brokaw

Last updated: Jan 1, 1990




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