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Philco 70B Cathedral (1932)

Philco 70B Cathedral (1932)
This is an outstanding example of the Philco model 70B. Designed by Edward Combs, the "70" was the next to the top of the Philco line and is a seven tube superhet. It has been carefully restored in great detail. The tar box capacitors were re-stuffed with modern caps to maintain original appearance of the chassis. The tall electrolytic condensers were left for original appearance, but are bypassed with new caps under the chassis. The chassis and speaker have been carefully detailed and painted. The cabinet was refinished in original colors and covered with three coats of professional quality lacquer. The power cord is the correct color cloth covered wire and the original plug is on it. If you want a Philco 70B, you will be hard pressed to find a nicer example of a cathedral radio from this period. If desired, an aux input cable will be added at no cost; play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be added for $25 and you can stream your tunes from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty applies. It is large at 18"H x 16"W x 10-1/2"D.  $649.00. (1030183)
Philco 70B Cathedral (1932)
This is an outstanding example of the Philco model 70B. Designed by Edward Combs, the "70" was the next to the top of the Philco line and is a seven tube superhet. It has been carefully restored in great detail. The tar box capacitors were re-stuffed with modern caps to maintain original appearance of the chassis. The tall electrolytic condensers were left for original appearance, but are bypassed with new caps under the chassis. The chassis and speaker have been carefully detailed and painted. The cabinet was refinished in original colors and covered with three coats of professional quality lacquer. The power cord is the correct color cloth covered wire and the original plug is on it. If you want a Philco 70B, you will be hard pressed to find a nicer example of a cathedral radio from this period. If desired, an aux input cable will be added at no cost; play your favorite tunes or old time radio shows from CD player, iPod, etc. With the cable installed, a Bluetooth receiver can be added for $25 and you can stream your tunes from your phone, etc. 90 day warranty applies. It is large at 18"H x 16"W x 10-1/2"D.  $649.00. (1030183)

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