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Porto-Server Baradio (Stewart-Warner 9008B, 1946)


Porto-Server Baradio (Stewart-Warner 9008B, 1946)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here is a great novelty radio. If you can't afford the giant Philco bar radio here is a little brother to it that you can afford and also can find a place for. It is practical, too. Put your favorite booze in the decanters and have a little libation while listening to the ball game. The radio has been completely restored, all new caps, aligned, etc. Plays loud and clear, guarantee applies. Safety caps and polarized safety line cord as well. The Bakelite case is pristine, no cracks or chips in it. The white Plaskon bezel of course has warped but they all did, no getting around that. I put a new dial lens in it. The handles on these usually crumble and break off just when you least expect them to so I cast them solid with polyester resin on the inside for renewed strength. They are painted because they had some repair done. The tumbler glasses have been replaced; these are a little taller than the originals but they still seem to work OK. The rarest piece is the little square dish, It is impossible to find but this one is in great shape. I will pack the radio and glassware separately. Two boxes totaling about 27 lbs. 24"W x 12"H x 10"D (without glassware 7-1/2"H).
Porto-Server Baradio (Stewart-Warner 9008B, 1946)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Here is a great novelty radio. If you can't afford the giant Philco bar radio here is a little brother to it that you can afford and also can find a place for. It is practical, too. Put your favorite booze in the decanters and have a little libation while listening to the ball game. The radio has been completely restored, all new caps, aligned, etc. Plays loud and clear, guarantee applies. Safety caps and polarized safety line cord as well. The Bakelite case is pristine, no cracks or chips in it. The white Plaskon bezel of course has warped but they all did, no getting around that. I put a new dial lens in it. The handles on these usually crumble and break off just when you least expect them to so I cast them solid with polyester resin on the inside for renewed strength. They are painted because they had some repair done. The tumbler glasses have been replaced; these are a little taller than the originals but they still seem to work OK. The rarest piece is the little square dish, It is impossible to find but this one is in great shape. I will pack the radio and glassware separately. Two boxes totaling about 27 lbs. 24"W x 12"H x 10"D (without glassware 7-1/2"H).
Sold by Bob Atchison on November 23, 2012
Listed price on date of sale - $275.00
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