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Zenith 12-S-232 "Walton" Tombstone (1938)

Zenith 12-S-232 "Walton" Tombstone (1938)
NEW!Ah yes folks, the "Big Daddy" of the 232 series. The twelve-tube behemoth Walton. Zenith produced a seven-tube, a nine-tube, and the 12-S-232 is the rarest. You just don't see them very often, and you can only hope you have the means to buy one when they do appear. This twelve-tube, four-band (SB,SWx2,police) sports the correct 8-inch speaker. The push-pull audio output produces a ton of volume with console-like fidelity. The motorized "Robot Dial" or "Shutterdial" functions perfectly. The chassis has the correct stamp (12S232) making this a "numbers matching" 12-S-232. We replaced all of the capacitors, check resistors and replaced where necessary. All of the tubes are "NOS" right out of the box! We installed a safety fuse and a cable for an external device. The radio was aligned and plays with great sensitivity and volume across the dial. Gary stripped and refinished the cabinet with a gorgeous "factory fresh" piano finish. The radio has all of its original knobs, and a period correct reproduction grille cloth. Want to own one of the most desirable radios in the world? Here it is! 23"H x 18"W x 13"D.  $3,995.00. (1600168)
Zenith 12-S-232 "Walton" Tombstone (1938)
NEW!Ah yes folks, the "Big Daddy" of the 232 series. The twelve-tube behemoth Walton. Zenith produced a seven-tube, a nine-tube, and the 12-S-232 is the rarest. You just don't see them very often, and you can only hope you have the means to buy one when they do appear. This twelve-tube, four-band (SB,SWx2,police) sports the correct 8-inch speaker. The push-pull audio output produces a ton of volume with console-like fidelity. The motorized "Robot Dial" or "Shutterdial" functions perfectly. The chassis has the correct stamp (12S232) making this a "numbers matching" 12-S-232. We replaced all of the capacitors, check resistors and replaced where necessary. All of the tubes are "NOS" right out of the box! We installed a safety fuse and a cable for an external device. The radio was aligned and plays with great sensitivity and volume across the dial. Gary stripped and refinished the cabinet with a gorgeous "factory fresh" piano finish. The radio has all of its original knobs, and a period correct reproduction grille cloth. Want to own one of the most desirable radios in the world? Here it is! 23"H x 18"W x 13"D.  $3,995.00. (1600168)
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