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Philco 38-62T (1938)
Philco 38-62T (1938)
NEW!Looking for console radio sound but don't have room for a console? Look no further. Philco equipped this extremely attractive 38-62T table radio with a massive 8-inch O.D. speaker. The sound from the perfect speaker is rich and full for what, in its day, was a budget radio. The near-perfect finish on the cabinet is slick and gorgeous with only a few minor flaws. The original photo finish on the front had been stripped off by a previous owner, but my niece's PhotoShop expert boyfriend Tyson produced a stunning reproduction for me, and I think the front is absolutely fabulous. I equipped it with a full set of tubes that all test to new specs, replaced all the capacitors and any out of tolerance resistors. The Philco Bakelite and electrolytic capacitors were stuffed with new ones. The Philco logo got a small wrinkle in it with the application of the finish coats, but still looks presentable. All in all, you will be hard-pressed to find a better looking example of this rare and collectible radio. 16"W x 10"H x 9"D.  $599.00. (1680066)
Philco 38-62T (1938)
NEW!Looking for console radio sound but don't have room for a console? Look no further. Philco equipped this extremely attractive 38-62T table radio with a massive 8-inch O.D. speaker. The sound from the perfect speaker is rich and full for what, in its day, was a budget radio. The near-perfect finish on the cabinet is slick and gorgeous with only a few minor flaws. The original photo finish on the front had been stripped off by a previous owner, but my niece's PhotoShop expert boyfriend Tyson produced a stunning reproduction for me, and I think the front is absolutely fabulous. I equipped it with a full set of tubes that all test to new specs, replaced all the capacitors and any out of tolerance resistors. The Philco Bakelite and electrolytic capacitors were stuffed with new ones. The Philco logo got a small wrinkle in it with the application of the finish coats, but still looks presentable. All in all, you will be hard-pressed to find a better looking example of this rare and collectible radio. 16"W x 10"H x 9"D.  $599.00. (1680066)
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