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Troy 4 "Deluxe" (1937)
Troy 4 "Deluxe" (1937)
Troy Radio Manufacturing Company/Radio and Television Company started up in Los Angeles in 1932 and went out of business right before WWII. Most of the chassis were made by Gilfillan, and the cabinets were of a high quality. They made several models from four-tube mantle radios to eleven-tube consoles. Even though "Television" is in their business name, I don't think they ever made any, going out of business before anyone was manufacturing them. The Model 4 is a four-tube, AM only. TRF (tuned radio frequency) set. Blake replaced all of the capacitors, checked the resistors and tubes, replacing where needed. He added a new power cable and antenna lead, but this set has no audio cable due to its circuitry. For a four-tube set, it's a good performer with plenty of volume and good tone. Gary refinished the walnut cabinet using the best toners, grain fillers and lacquer. The radio retains the original chassis, speaker, dial and knobs. A new dial cover was added. This is a rare Los Angeles radio, and will look great in any collection! 11"W x 9"H x 7"D.  $379.00. (1600295)
Troy 4 "Deluxe" (1937)
Troy Radio Manufacturing Company/Radio and Television Company started up in Los Angeles in 1932 and went out of business right before WWII. Most of the chassis were made by Gilfillan, and the cabinets were of a high quality. They made several models from four-tube mantle radios to eleven-tube consoles. Even though "Television" is in their business name, I don't think they ever made any, going out of business before anyone was manufacturing them. The Model 4 is a four-tube, AM only. TRF (tuned radio frequency) set. Blake replaced all of the capacitors, checked the resistors and tubes, replacing where needed. He added a new power cable and antenna lead, but this set has no audio cable due to its circuitry. For a four-tube set, it's a good performer with plenty of volume and good tone. Gary refinished the walnut cabinet using the best toners, grain fillers and lacquer. The radio retains the original chassis, speaker, dial and knobs. A new dial cover was added. This is a rare Los Angeles radio, and will look great in any collection! 11"W x 9"H x 7"D.  $379.00. (1600295)
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