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Emerson AR-171 (1938)
Emerson AR-171 (1938)
As most collectors know, Emerson had an almost exclusive deal with the Ingraham Clock Company to design and manufacture 90% of their wood cabinets. Known for their curvy and angular designs, plus the use of fine veneers, Ingraham cabinets are recognized as some of the finest. They are still highly coveted by collectors today. The AR-171 is a six-tube, two-band (AM,SW) radio. It's rare to find a six-tube radio with push-pull audio as well. We replaced all of the capacitors with new Mylar caps. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where needed. We installed a new power cord, plenty of antenna wire and an audio input. With that push-pull audio, this radio is a strong performer. Gary stripped off the old finish, and masterfully restored the radio to a beautiful "piano" lacquer finish. The radio has an Ingraham trademark Maple inlay encircling the Walnut cabinet. The original knobs, speaker and chassis are with the radio. This particular model isn't seen much, and is unique in its own right. It can be proudly displayed in any collection, especially the Ingraham collector looking for that seldom seen model. 16-1/2"W x 11"H x 8-1/2"D.  $649.00. (1600410)
Emerson AR-171 (1938)
As most collectors know, Emerson had an almost exclusive deal with the Ingraham Clock Company to design and manufacture 90% of their wood cabinets. Known for their curvy and angular designs, plus the use of fine veneers, Ingraham cabinets are recognized as some of the finest. They are still highly coveted by collectors today. The AR-171 is a six-tube, two-band (AM,SW) radio. It's rare to find a six-tube radio with push-pull audio as well. We replaced all of the capacitors with new Mylar caps. The resistors and tubes were checked and replaced where needed. We installed a new power cord, plenty of antenna wire and an audio input. With that push-pull audio, this radio is a strong performer. Gary stripped off the old finish, and masterfully restored the radio to a beautiful "piano" lacquer finish. The radio has an Ingraham trademark Maple inlay encircling the Walnut cabinet. The original knobs, speaker and chassis are with the radio. This particular model isn't seen much, and is unique in its own right. It can be proudly displayed in any collection, especially the Ingraham collector looking for that seldom seen model. 16-1/2"W x 11"H x 8-1/2"D.  $649.00. (1600410)
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