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General sales policy and collecting interest
I look for and find radios from a variety of sources, and appreciate restorations as well as nicely preserved original radios.  I also restore some cabinets as well.  I do light repairs, (caps), but mostly look for radios that work, (original or restored).   I have a real affection for radios in very fine, unrestored condition.
I offer a five day no questions asked return policy.  If you don't like it, just send it back for a full refund.  I encourage you to ask all the questions you need to to ensure that you understand a given radio, warts and all.
I generally ship UPS, but will consider and work with you as to who you may prefer to ship with.  Shipping is quoted after the final destination is known.  Overseas sales are OK where practical. 
Checks, Money Orders and PayPal are fine, and soon I will accept credit cards.
 

 

Arvin 617 "Phantom Baby" (1937)

Arvin 617 "Phantom Baby" (1937)

One of the Arvin brand's first attempt at high style and marketing with this stylish little set. Two bands, electronically restored with our usual warranty (90 days). Cosmetically refinished. Scarce and classic Indiana classic.  $625.00. (1100177)

 

Detrola 136 Early (1937)

Detrola 136 Early (1937)

The familiar dial with an earlier style cabinet. I was unable to locate a visual record of the cabinet type anywhere. The cabinet does have stylist traits that Detrola used over a span of years. Restored inside and out, with my usual warranty. Not suitable for the auxiliary input mod. 13"W x 12"H x 7"D.  $765.00. (1100210)

 

General Electric L653 by Ingraham (1946)

General Electric L653 by Ingraham (1946)

In 1946, GE continued the tradition of a radio as a fine piece of furniture, in the face of the cheaper Bakelite and metal cabinets starting to dominate the radio marketplace. GE turned to the Ingraham Co. to provide the traditional quality for the post War era. This is an AM only result of that marketing decision. Beautiful walnut, with a contrasting burl panel, in a sleek, modernistic design. Radio has been restored electronically, and plays well with good reception with its internal antenna loop. Its original back is present as well, but a bit worn at the bottom.  $325.00. (1100162)

 

Heathkit GR-21 FM Radio (1958)

Heathkit GR-21 FM Radio (1958)

Interesting transition radio as FM was gaining more and more popularity. Purchased as a kit, and assembled at home. Small eye tube rounds out its modern look. Electrical work warrantied for 60 days. An auxiliary input may be added for use with your phone or other devices, for an additional $75.00. Small at 15"W x 9"H x 6"D.  $425.00. (1100238)

 

Philco 59C (1934)

Philco 59C (1934)

Complete with its original metal back, this AM band only set reflects Philco's often quirky styling. It can't be mistaken as anything other than a Philco! Restored inside and out with our 90 day warranty.  $365.00. (1100250)

 

Silvertone 4465 Tombstone (1936)

Silvertone 4465 Tombstone (1936)

Beginning of the big gold dial. Solid reliability was Silvertone's strong suit, and coupled with good looks, always gave good value. 22"H x 16"W x 10"D.  $675.00. (1100247)

 

Silvertone 6175 (1939)

Silvertone 6175 (1939)

Made by Detrola, this unit is a virtual clone of the famous "Pee Wee." Produced in solid walnut, very petite at 8"W x 5"H x 5"D. Originally a "curtain burner," we have corrected that to have a safe unit to play at will. Restored inside and out, and my warranty applies. Beautiful little radio.  $625.00. (1100176)

 

Zenith 7-S-232AT Tombstone (1938)

Zenith 7-S-232AT Tombstone (1938)

Back on the Attic; buyer was unable to complete purchase. This is the export version of this famous Zenith. It featured the ability to select from four different line voltages to power the radio. It has an over-sized transformer, with its exclusive to the model, black crinkle painted speaker. The chassis and speaker are in exceptionally clean condition; it has been completely serviced, and I offer a six month warranty on it. Complete with its 6T5 eye tube, rated at about 50% strength. It's a treat to see how responsive the tube is. Also featured is its original grille cloth, which is unlike the modern replica. Plays very well, and does need a short antenna. Three bands with great SW. 24"H x 18"W x 12"D.  $3,195.00. (1100183)

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"My wife and I are extremely impresed by this radio. You did a great job with the restoration. It not only looks perfect, it plays loud and strong. Thank you for taking your time to teach us about the radio, for your excellent packaging, and its very fast delivery. We highly recommend your products. Thank you again, you have been an absolute gentleman." -- Mike and Patti M.

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