Rich Rodgers' Radio Attic
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Crosley 515 (1935)

Powell Crosley was a legendary manufacturer of automobiles and appliances that hand built his first radio for his son. He immediately recognized the potential for radios and quickly launched his newest business. Crosley radios were very popular because they combined value, design and performance. This is a petite little radio that does not take up much space. The cabinet is completely original but has a few areas of normal finish loss so I'd rate it a strong 9+ on a 10 point scale. I would never consider it a candidate to be refinished; it's only original once! This radio was painstakingly restored by one of the most talented technicians on the east coast. It plays exceptionally well and would be an outstanding addition to any collection. 12"H x 10-1/2"W x 8-1/4"D; 12 pounds.  $295.00. (1340110)
Crosley 515 (1935)
Powell Crosley was a legendary manufacturer of automobiles and appliances that hand built his first radio for his son. He immediately recognized the potential for radios and quickly launched his newest business. Crosley radios were very popular because they combined value, design and performance. This is a petite little radio that does not take up much space. The cabinet is completely original but has a few areas of normal finish loss so I'd rate it a strong 9+ on a 10 point scale. I would never consider it a candidate to be refinished; it's only original once! This radio was painstakingly restored by one of the most talented technicians on the east coast. It plays exceptionally well and would be an outstanding addition to any collection. 12"H x 10-1/2"W x 8-1/4"D; 12 pounds.  $295.00. (1340110)
Crosley 515 (1935)
Powell Crosley was a legendary manufacturer of automobiles and appliances that hand built his first radio for his son. He immediately recognized the potential for radios and quickly launched his newest business. Crosley radios were very popular because they combined value, design and performance. This is a petite little radio that does not take up much space. The cabinet is completely original but has a few areas of normal finish loss so I'd rate it a strong 9+ on a 10 point scale. I would never consider it a candidate to be refinished; it's only original once! This radio was painstakingly restored by one of the most talented technicians on the east coast. It plays exceptionally well and would be an outstanding addition to any collection. 12"H x 10-1/2"W x 8-1/4"D; 12 pounds.  $295.00. (1340110)

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