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Al started repairing radios 1946 while in high school. Retiring, after 33 years in aerospace electrical and avionics design in 1986, he got back into radio restoration and collecting. Altogether he has restored, sold and collected many vintage radios.

All electrolytic and paper capacitors are replaced along with any other faulty or out-of-tolerance parts including tubes.. RF and IF circuits are aligned to provide peak performance and accurate tuning. Dials, dial mechanisms, knobs, power cords, and grille cloth are repaired or replaced as needed.

His electronic repairs will provide many more hours of radio listening pleasure and cabinets are repaired and refinished as necessary to provide a good looking addition to your home or office.

I also have items for sale at Vintage Electronics Classified.  Click here to see them!


Remler 5500 "Scottie Pup" (1947)


Remler 5500 "Scottie Pup" (1947)

Cute, sought after Remler radio from San Francisco manufacturer. Remler company was named for Elmer T. Cunningham (first name backwards with an r on the end). They made various wireless items starting in 1918. Later they made "Cunningham" vacuum tubes. About 1929 they started a radio line. This is a five-tube AC-DC AM set. Restored to excellent operating condition by replacing all paper and electrolytic caps and tubes and other components as needed. RF and IF circuits were aligned and the power cord and plug were replaced for safety. Will give years of listening pleasure for your home or office. Will be carefully packed for safe shipping. Click here for video of radio playing on YouTube. About 10-1/2"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D.  $200.00. (0440078)


General Electric 401 (1950)

General Electric 401 (1950)

AM radio in Plaskon case painted red. Features "Dial Beam" tuning where a spotlite follows the pointer dial. Plays well after restoration including replacement of paper and electrolytic caps and needed tubes and components. Will be carefully packed to ensure safe shipment. Will make a nice gift or addition to your collection. Click here to see a video of the radio playing and the "Dial Beam" feature. 12"W x 6"H x 7"D.  $120.00. (0440077)
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< Al's Radio Attic Testimonials > 

  • The Remler scottie dog arrived today. Very well packed and even handsome as shown on the picture. Thanks a lot. Theo from the Netherlands
  • The radio arrived in good condition and plays well. It looks perfect on my bedside table. I put my inductive loop antenna next to it and it pulls in some truly low-power stations nicely. -- George
  • Just to let you know the radio arrived safely and It plays very well. Much thanks.
  • Just wanted you to know that the radio arrived today - it's really beautiful. I fired it up and all seemed well - picked up stations and played on broadcast as well as some short wave. -- Allan
  • Received the radio today. Very nicely packaged to keep the shippers from damaging the radio. Thanks. I have been listening to the radio since 5pm. Listening to coast to coast now. Nice radio. -- Allan
  • White Christmas played while I put up the tree. I love it! -- Tony
  • Just wanted to let you know the radio arrived safe and sound. It works great! We have one station out here that plays music on AM so that is what will be playing on it. Very exciting because I always wanted an old radio like this, so my dream finally came true after countless hours and trips to antique stores and finding radios that did not work. -- Darrel
  • I received the radio today. It's in one piece and very nice!  Great job restoring it! I have always wanted an old radio. -- Lee
  • Received the radio today. Very well packed, and in perfect working condition. Thank you very much, my wife and I are very pleased with the radio. -- Gary
  • Radio arrived in good shape. Looks and plays as advertized. Thanks for including a vintage radio carton.
  • Received the Zenith today and it is perfect, plays really well, typically Zenith. Thank you for a real nice radio. -- Aram

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