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Packard-Bell 100A (1949)

Packard-Bell 100A (1949)
NEW!In the early 1930's, Herbert Bell was part owner of Jackson Bell radios, one of the few companies that had a license from RCA to produce superheterodyne radios. In 1933, Jackson Bell closed and Bell partnered with Leon Packard, and Packard-Bell began manufacturing radios in Los Angeles. They were acquired by Raytheon in 1964. Like the 100A, several of their radios were known for the "Stationized Dial" that had the call letters for many large western cities on the dial. This five-tube AC/DC set has had all capacitors, out-of-tolerance resistors, bad tubes and the power cord replaced. The radio was aligned for peak performance. The dial cover is new and the cabinet is a beautiful, mottled brown Bakelite free from cracks or defects. 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D. Add $38 for domestic shipping.  $149.00. (1600022)
Packard-Bell 100A (1949)
NEW!In the early 1930's, Herbert Bell was part owner of Jackson Bell radios, one of the few companies that had a license from RCA to produce superheterodyne radios. In 1933, Jackson Bell closed and Bell partnered with Leon Packard, and Packard-Bell began manufacturing radios in Los Angeles. They were acquired by Raytheon in 1964. Like the 100A, several of their radios were known for the "Stationized Dial" that had the call letters for many large western cities on the dial. This five-tube AC/DC set has had all capacitors, out-of-tolerance resistors, bad tubes and the power cord replaced. The radio was aligned for peak performance. The dial cover is new and the cabinet is a beautiful, mottled brown Bakelite free from cracks or defects. 9-1/2"W x 6"H x 5"D. Add $38 for domestic shipping.  $149.00. (1600022)
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