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Crosley 167 Cathedral (1934)

Crosley 167 Cathedral (1934)
SALE!  Compared to other low budget, depression era, five-tube mini-cathedrals of its day, this little 1934 Crosley 167 is a real stand-out both in looks and performance. The front is very eye-catching, incorporating several types of veneer applied in layers with attractive inlaid features. The overall effect is very beautiful. I think it is one of the prettiest mini cathedrals ever made. This restoration was started by a dear friend who had to retire due to health reasons. I did my best to preserve as much of his work as I could. There are a few minor defects in the finish, but I did not want to strip it and undo all of his beautiful work. The chassis has been completely restored with all new caps and resistors as needed. A full alignment has been done. Receiver sensitivity is quite good and surprising for a little five-tuber. All in all, a very unique and attractive little set. The tube shields in the rear view photo are not Crosley. Proper Crosley tube shields have been installed since the picture was taken.  Was $450.00, now $395.00.
Crosley 167 Cathedral (1934)
SALE!  Compared to other low budget, depression era, five-tube mini-cathedrals of its day, this little 1934 Crosley 167 is a real stand-out both in looks and performance. The front is very eye-catching, incorporating several types of veneer applied in layers with attractive inlaid features. The overall effect is very beautiful. I think it is one of the prettiest mini cathedrals ever made. This restoration was started by a dear friend who had to retire due to health reasons. I did my best to preserve as much of his work as I could. There are a few minor defects in the finish, but I did not want to strip it and undo all of his beautiful work. The chassis has been completely restored with all new caps and resistors as needed. A full alignment has been done. Receiver sensitivity is quite good and surprising for a little five-tuber. All in all, a very unique and attractive little set. The tube shields in the rear view photo are not Crosley. Proper Crosley tube shields have been installed since the picture was taken.  Was $450.00, now $395.00.
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