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Atwater Kent 84 (1931)
(wood tube cathedral radio)

Atwater Kent 84 (1931)

NEW!Atwater Kent made beautifully engineered radios with quality construction and cabinets. This model 84 is a six-tube early superheterodyne. Like most A-K sets, it has a heavy gauge metal chassis with nickel plating. This radio has been well taken care of over the years -- its chassis is wonderfully clean and free of any rust or corrosion. The cabinet still has its original finish in very nice condition. Even the original felt feet are in nice shape. Knobs, dial, and escutcheon are original; only the grille cloth appears to have been replaced by a previous restorer with a pattern similar to the original. A previous tech did a beautiful job replacing capacitors and power cord and adding a safety fuse (something I rarely say about previous restorations by others), and I further improved things with a new rubber roller for the tuner, a replacement vintage volume control, the correct value padder capacitor for proper dial calibration, and a meticulous alignment so it performs like new. You'll appreciate the quality of this radio. 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 9-1/2"D.  $695.00. (1310165)

Atwater Kent 84 (1931)

NEW!Atwater Kent made beautifully engineered radios with quality construction and cabinets. This model 84 is a six-tube early superheterodyne. Like most A-K sets, it has a heavy gauge metal chassis with nickel plating. This radio has been well taken care of over the years -- its chassis is wonderfully clean and free of any rust or corrosion. The cabinet still has its original finish in very nice condition. Even the original felt feet are in nice shape. Knobs, dial, and escutcheon are original; only the grille cloth appears to have been replaced by a previous restorer with a pattern similar to the original. A previous tech did a beautiful job replacing capacitors and power cord and adding a safety fuse (something I rarely say about previous restorations by others), and I further improved things with a new rubber roller for the tuner, a replacement vintage volume control, the correct value padder capacitor for proper dial calibration, and a meticulous alignment so it performs like new. You'll appreciate the quality of this radio. 19"H x 15-1/2"W x 9-1/2"D.  $695.00. (1310165)
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