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RCA 68R3 AM/FM (1946)

RCA 68R3 AM/FM (1946)
If you're looking for an antique tube radio, but don't want to give up your favorite FM stations, I've got you covered. Check out this stylish RCA 68R3 from 1946. The attractive wood grain on this cabinet is in very nice condition with only a few minor flaws. The large glass tuning dial is pristine and easy to tune without your reading glasses. It has a fairly large speaker for a table radio and the sound is decent. All new capacitors, resistors as necessary and I replaced the rubber wiring. The original grille cloth is passable for its age. The back cover is not original, and I got the on-off-vol decal on there a little crooked. Picks up local AM stations on its internal antenna. Requires an external loop antenna to pick up FM, but 3 or 4 feet of wire will work pretty well for local stations. It has screw connections inside for more distant stations. I have provided a cable for mobile devices. Just switch it to the phono position and plug in your iPad. All in all a very nice radio that won't break the bank. 17"W x 12-1/4"H x 10"D.  $269.00. (1680043)
RCA 68R3 AM/FM (1946)
If you're looking for an antique tube radio, but don't want to give up your favorite FM stations, I've got you covered. Check out this stylish RCA 68R3 from 1946. The attractive wood grain on this cabinet is in very nice condition with only a few minor flaws. The large glass tuning dial is pristine and easy to tune without your reading glasses. It has a fairly large speaker for a table radio and the sound is decent. All new capacitors, resistors as necessary and I replaced the rubber wiring. The original grille cloth is passable for its age. The back cover is not original, and I got the on-off-vol decal on there a little crooked. Picks up local AM stations on its internal antenna. Requires an external loop antenna to pick up FM, but 3 or 4 feet of wire will work pretty well for local stations. It has screw connections inside for more distant stations. I have provided a cable for mobile devices. Just switch it to the phono position and plug in your iPad. All in all a very nice radio that won't break the bank. 17"W x 12-1/4"H x 10"D.  $269.00. (1680043)
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