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Got a radio that needs fixing?  Need parts or gear for your own repairs?  Call on Pear!  Using manufacturer schematics and high quality materials (and original parts whenever available), he brings old radios back to life.
 
Click on the link above to contact me, or e-mail harris@radioattic.com.
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All radios work when shipped unless add states "not tested, or not working."  I will use USPS unless buyer has a preference.  PayPal or money order are the payment options.  I go to great lengths to make sure the set is operating fine when shipped.  If you have an issue, then contact me.  I will refund payment received, less shipping costs, if you are unhappy and the radio is returned.

My website has a little info about me, but basically radios have been a hobby since I was about 13, off and on.  I also volunteer for Maritime Historical Radio Society and repair receivers and transmitter equipment at the National Park Service, Bolinas and Pt. Reyes, California.  I do collect sets, but need to pare down.  I prefer "boat anchors" and have a number of very nice sets from the 1920's to 1960's.  I have a first class FCC license for various classes of equipment, but let it expire years ago.
 

 

Freed-Eisemann 30 (1926)

Freed-Eisemann 30 (1926)

This is an unrestored Neutrodyne TRF six-tube set, vintage 1926. Missing two lower knobs and all tubes. Otherwise in good condition. Both tuners work. So crack out those 01A tubes and get her going! Nice sloped front. Heavy so shipping will reflect that. 19"W x 11"H x 10"D.  $75.00. (1400070)

 

Power Tronics "Money Talks" AM/FM Transistor

Power Tronics "Money Talks" AM/FM Transistor

AM/FM transistor "dollar bill" novelty radio. The cool thing is: loud volume activates George's mouth! There is a transducer in the audio circuit that moves the lips. Works fine, new alkaline DuraCell batteries. There is a black FM extension antenna and it does get FM if a local station. PowerTronic "Blabbermouth" is the brand. Probably 1970s-80s era. It is in very good condition, no cracks or chips, some very light scratching on left side of the bill.  $40.00. (1400049)

 

RCA RZG104Y 50th Anniversary Transistor Radio

RCA RZG104Y 50th Anniversary Transistor Radio

Here is a fun item. A new in box RCA 50th anniversary AM transistor radio. Serial #93015516. A white shell radio still in wrapper with unopened RCA battery, earbud, warranty sheet, instructions. Never used.  $25.00. (1400069)

 

Toshiba IC-310 Transistor

Toshiba IC-310 Transistor

Wood toned on black with chrome accents. It is in the original case and in very nice condition. It has a three-position tone control, Phone jack and aux. power input jacks. This uses "C" cell batteries (not included). Cleaned and tested, works very well, no scratchy volume control here.  $55.00. (1400063)

 

Zenith K731 AM/FM (1960s)

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Zenith K731 AM/FM (1960s)

Zenith sold piles of these in various cabinets. This one is a light oak colonial style. The reason they sold so well? Two speakers, large oval and a piezo tweeter, nine active tubes and SS rectifier, good sound, good performance. An American answer to the good German radios in this era. This one has a clean chassis, no rodents, bugs,or rust. All tubes checked, three replaced, disconnected selenium rectifier and installed a silicon rectifier. Lubed tuning and Deoxit pots. Good local FM reception using the line cord coupling, better FM reception using a dipole antenna (included). Cabinet is original finish and very nice, slight wear on silver trim on dial and knobs. A really nice looking and sounding set. About 16"W x 10"H x 8"D.  $90.00. (1400080)
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