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Bulova 2YC-23 (1959)

Bulova 2YC-23 (1959)
SALE!  The very first radio I bought was one nearly identical (different SW band) to this seven-transistor Bulova; that was in 1959. Cost $60, which was a lot for a high school student back then (I lost it along the way). I bought this as a memento, and it works on AM using internal antenna, uses a whip (included) or wire antenna for SW. SW band works but has very few stations, was called Police Band back then. Tuning and volume controls are perfect (no scratching when used). Receives my local stations and distant ones at night. I think it is a rather rare radio, being one of the very early transistor sets. It is in excellent overall condition and quite heavy. Nice chrome front. Uses four "AA" batteries (included). 6"W x 3-1/4"H x 1-5/8"D.  Was $75.00, now $40.00.
All my radios include an aux input cable so you can play your favorite tunes or Old Time Radio shows using CD player, computer, iPod, etc. They are installed with no damage to the chassis or cabinet. A high quality Bluetooth receiver is included for free ($25 value) so you can stream tunes from your phone, laptop, etc. This is a very popular option, and has range of about 30 feet. I will remove the cable if you don't want it.
Bulova 2YC-23 (1959)
SALE!  The very first radio I bought was one nearly identical (different SW band) to this seven-transistor Bulova; that was in 1959. Cost $60, which was a lot for a high school student back then (I lost it along the way). I bought this as a memento, and it works on AM using internal antenna, uses a whip (included) or wire antenna for SW. SW band works but has very few stations, was called Police Band back then. Tuning and volume controls are perfect (no scratching when used). Receives my local stations and distant ones at night. I think it is a rather rare radio, being one of the very early transistor sets. It is in excellent overall condition and quite heavy. Nice chrome front. Uses four "AA" batteries (included). 6"W x 3-1/4"H x 1-5/8"D.  Was $75.00, now $40.00.
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