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Detrola 320 (1939)
(wood tube table radio w/SW)

Detrola 320 (1939)

Detroit was a leader in style & production for several years with their Detrola brand. Here is a very nice & shapely little example of just that. I say "little" because it is only about 13"W x 8"H x 8"D and I say "shapely" because...well, just look at this all original little "domed" or "hump top," rounded ends, with factory finish including the 1-inch faux inlay bands that run all the way round top & bottom of cabinet showing no wear. Many/most of these lost their stripes & it cannot be recreated. In those cases the radios would have to be stripped, toned or cast over with some other home grown method! That in itself makes it quite un-common. Original, knobs, dial, grille cloth, speaker, push buttons. 9.5 on 10.0 scale IMHO. The push buttons can be "pre-set" to your favorite stations easily. Very colorful, lighted dial with clear cover showing perfect numbers. Very clean rust-free chassis + repro back to finish it off. Also important is the fact it was recently professionally restored electronically & it plays strong with great sensitivity, picking up all my locals & beyond. Another fine example of the Detroit radio claim to fame. Ready for play/display.  $329.00. (1640297)

Detrola 320 (1939)

Detroit was a leader in style & production for several years with their Detrola brand. Here is a very nice & shapely little example of just that. I say "little" because it is only about 13"W x 8"H x 8"D and I say "shapely" because...well, just look at this all original little "domed" or "hump top," rounded ends, with factory finish including the 1-inch faux inlay bands that run all the way round top & bottom of cabinet showing no wear. Many/most of these lost their stripes & it cannot be recreated. In those cases the radios would have to be stripped, toned or cast over with some other home grown method! That in itself makes it quite un-common. Original, knobs, dial, grille cloth, speaker, push buttons. 9.5 on 10.0 scale IMHO. The push buttons can be "pre-set" to your favorite stations easily. Very colorful, lighted dial with clear cover showing perfect numbers. Very clean rust-free chassis + repro back to finish it off. Also important is the fact it was recently professionally restored electronically & it plays strong with great sensitivity, picking up all my locals & beyond. Another fine example of the Detroit radio claim to fame. Ready for play/display.  $329.00. (1640297)
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