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FADA 370T (1937)

FADA 370T (1937)
OK folks, this radio is really interesting. The model 370 is listed as a six-tube AC set, but the 370T is a seven-tube AC/DC set. We discovered the tuner gang was assembled backwards at the factory. The AM band reads 550 and is actually playing 1600! However the SW bands read correctly. FADA manufactured radios for Andrea Radio, a German company, so possibly it was produced for that market, but has all English wording? It is a totally unique one-of-a-kind radio. The 370T is a seven-tube, three-band (SB,SWx2) AC/DC set. It's an impressive performer, and works really well with the auxiliary input cable. We went through the radio replacing all of the capacitors. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. A new polarized power cord, audio cable and safety fuse were installed. Gary stripped the cabinet and refinished it, ending with a few coats of lacquer. The radio has its original knobs and the original FADA speaker. The radio presents like new and performs great! Here's a radio I can safely say that no one else has! The radio just by itself is very rare, but toss in the "backwards" tuner, and you have a true one-of-a-kind radio! 17"W x 10"H x 8"D.  $499.00. (1600209)
FADA 370T (1937)
OK folks, this radio is really interesting. The model 370 is listed as a six-tube AC set, but the 370T is a seven-tube AC/DC set. We discovered the tuner gang was assembled backwards at the factory. The AM band reads 550 and is actually playing 1600! However the SW bands read correctly. FADA manufactured radios for Andrea Radio, a German company, so possibly it was produced for that market, but has all English wording? It is a totally unique one-of-a-kind radio. The 370T is a seven-tube, three-band (SB,SWx2) AC/DC set. It's an impressive performer, and works really well with the auxiliary input cable. We went through the radio replacing all of the capacitors. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where necessary. A new polarized power cord, audio cable and safety fuse were installed. Gary stripped the cabinet and refinished it, ending with a few coats of lacquer. The radio has its original knobs and the original FADA speaker. The radio presents like new and performs great! Here's a radio I can safely say that no one else has! The radio just by itself is very rare, but toss in the "backwards" tuner, and you have a true one-of-a-kind radio! 17"W x 10"H x 8"D.  $499.00. (1600209)
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