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Anderson Classic Radios

We specialize in professional antique
radio repair and restoration.  We would
gladly discuss your radio with you.


2152 Delaware St, Longview, WA 98632

To contact us by e-mail, please click on our logo above.
Click on any image below for a closer look.  All shipping costs are paid by the buyer.

We install external audio input jacks in some of our radios.  Any audio device with a 1/8" output jack can be used as audio input to the radio.
Click here for my terms & conditions of sale and shipping procedures.
Click here to read some of my customer testimonials.


Howard 5G-T TRF (1932)

Howard 5G-T TRF (1932)

This is a tuned radio frequency radio from 1932. The design uses technology popular before the superheterodyne radio was invented. So, it is definitely a page out of radio history, and unlike other TRF radios shaped like a coffin it uses only one tuning knob to operate. I also installed a small audio input jack on the back. The radio is a true example of radio history. $250.00. (1410043)


Zenith 8-S-531

Zenith 8-S-531

Somewhat rare Zenith large tabletop radio. Not many of this model were made, between 1000 and 6000. Very nice condition. All original knobs. Completely restored and has a 10" speaker for loud volume and great sound. Same chassis as the console. Beautiful cabinet with Burl highlights. $800.00. (1410035)
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Anderson Classic Radios Customer Comments

We just purchased a beautiful radio from Glenn at Anderson Classic Radios. This is probably the first time such a huge piece of sheer joy was shipped to Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The radio arrived in perfect condition. it is placed in our office and is a piece of conversation. I am planning to add a few more to my collection. Glenn, thank you so much for taking the trouble to pack it and getting it shipped. -- Ashok/UAE

Thanks so much for all of the tender loving care you and Jan put into my now lovely Philco 42-350. After purchasing it from a less than scrupulous seller I was understandably a bit worried about entrusting someone I didn't really know with the task of getting it into good working order. Well, what a waste of worry. Your judgement relative to the work to be done as well as your work itself was outstanding. Thank you so much for putting in far more than the minimum care needed to fulfill your commitment. The two of you did several things that were needed, but not really mentioned, like restringing the tuning system and removing an inappropriate cabinet finish and replacing it with a more traditional one. It's obvious that you both care about vintage radios and I am a sincerely grateful beneficiary. I hope others in this region, west of Seattle, take advantage of your services as well. They will not be disappointed! -- Chuck

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