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Zenith 7-S-433 "Zephyr" (1940)

Zenith 7-S-433 "Zephyr" (1940)
NEW!Zenith manufactured several models collectors call the "Zephyr," named after the Art Deco train car design from the '30's and early '40's. This table radio was the last "Zephyr" made by Zenith, it is rare and highly sought after by collectors. There were two different chassis for this radio and a few other models. I've seen a black dial, and also a gold dial on this and other models. This radio is a seven-tube, three-band (SB, SWx2) and has a "Wavemagnet" internal loop antenna that works well with this chassis. It has separate bass and treble boost switches, giving this radio great fidelity. Joe went in and replaced all the capacitors, resistors and tubes where needed, and aligned the radio. It performs well across the dial. Gary stripped and refinished the cabinet, applying several coats of lacquer for that "piano finish", just as they came from the factory. What a wonderful radio for any collection, yet another popular Zenith model that is getting harder and harder to find. 14"W x 14"H x 11"D.  $999.00. (1600079)
Zenith 7-S-433 "Zephyr" (1940)
NEW!Zenith manufactured several models collectors call the "Zephyr," named after the Art Deco train car design from the '30's and early '40's. This table radio was the last "Zephyr" made by Zenith, it is rare and highly sought after by collectors. There were two different chassis for this radio and a few other models. I've seen a black dial, and also a gold dial on this and other models. This radio is a seven-tube, three-band (SB, SWx2) and has a "Wavemagnet" internal loop antenna that works well with this chassis. It has separate bass and treble boost switches, giving this radio great fidelity. Joe went in and replaced all the capacitors, resistors and tubes where needed, and aligned the radio. It performs well across the dial. Gary stripped and refinished the cabinet, applying several coats of lacquer for that "piano finish", just as they came from the factory. What a wonderful radio for any collection, yet another popular Zenith model that is getting harder and harder to find. 14"W x 14"H x 11"D.  $999.00. (1600079)
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