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East Peoria, IL 61611

   
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About me:  After collecting and restoring radios for 30+ years, I have more than any sane person needs and my little house can hold.  All radios listed are from my personal collection.  Please e-mail me for additional information or pictures.  Click here to read my terms and conditions.
 

 

Airline 62-425 (1937)

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Airline 62-425 (1937)

Airline "Indian" sold by Montgomery Wards in 1937. The five-tube chassis has been restored with new capacitors, checked resistors and tubes, and alignment. The cabinet has been refinished with period correct toners and a semi-gloss lacquer. There were a few blemishes to the cabinet which add to its character, and the original owner's name is still written on the bottom of the cabinet. Plays very well with a long wire antenna. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $225.00. (1550102)

 

Blackhawk Radio (Wells-Gardner, 1939)

Blackhawk Radio (Wells-Gardner, 1939)

This is a Blackhawk radio made in 1939 by Wells-Gardner. The model number is unknown but it uses a W.G. 6A26 six-tube chassis. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. This tuning eye is still bright. Cabinet was refinished with period correct lacquer toners and a semi gloss finish. Plays great with its internal loop antenna and does have an external phonograph hookup. 13"W x 8"H x 7"D. $325.00. (1550099)

 

Emerson 336 (1940)

Emerson 336 (1940)

1940 Emerson with a seldom seen Plaskon cabinet. Most of these models were in brown Bakelite. The chassis has all new capacitors, checked resistors and tubes, new dial lamp and peaked alignment. Great player with internal loop antenna, plus a lead for adding an external antenna. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $195.00. (1550078)

 

Garod 6A-2 (1947)

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Garod 6A-2 (1947)

The "moderne" styling and gloss finish of this 1947 Garod make it stand out. The six-tube chassis has had all wax and electrolytic capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and alignment peaked. A high gloss lacquer was used in the cabinet restoration. Plays like new with an internal loop antenna. 13"W x 8"H x 7"D. $195.00. (1550103)

 

General Electric 136 (1950)

General Electric 136 (1950)

1950 General Electric 136 with white plastic cabinet and restored chassis. The original wax paper and electrolytic capacitors have been replaced, tubes and resistors checked, alignment reset and the speaker was replaced. plays well with its internal loop antenna. 12"W x 8"H x 7"D. $150.00. (1550064)

 

Homemade Treasure Chest

Homemade Treasure Chest

This is a homemade radio using a 1939 RCA model 9TX21 chassis and I'm guessing an old jewelry box. No dial scale, just a window with the original RCA pointer underneath. The chassis has been restored with new capacitors and checked resistors. Plays well with a long wire antenna. 10"W x 7"H x 7"D with lid closed. $150.00. (1550033)

 

Philco 48-460 (1948)

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Philco 48-460 (1948)

The classic Philco "hippo" model from 1948, but this one has been customized. The bottom and front corner of the Bakelite cabinet were cracked so after repairs it was repainted Porsche Montego black with an automotive basecoat/clearcoat urethane. The six-tube chassis has had all wax and electrolytic capacitors replaced, tubes and resistors checked and alignment peaked. Plays like new with its internal loop antenna. 12"W x 7"H x 7"D. $190.00. (1550104)

 

RCA 40X54 (1939)

RCA 40X54 (1939)

Hard to find RCA treasure chest model from 1939. Cabinet has been refinished with toners and a hand rubbed semi-gloss lacquer. The rope handles, grille cloth and back plate are original but the glass dial lens is a reproduction. The five-tube chassis plays perfectly with new wax/paper capacitors, tested tubes and resistors, alignment and new power cord. I don't believe the painted Bakelite knobs are original to this model. Its a small radio, only 10"W x 6"H x 6"D. $425.00. (1550008)

 

RCA 65X2 (1946)

RCA 65X2 (1946)

Repainted in a Lexus three-stage pearl white, this five-tube 1946 RCA has an iridescent metallic glow that is difficult for the camera to capture. The chassis has been restored by replacing all wax capacitors, checking tubes and resistors, new dial lamp, and an alignment for peak performance. Plays very well with its internal loop antenna behind a new back cover. 12"W x 7"H x 7"D. $175.00. (1550027)

 

RCA 95X1 (1938)

RCA 95X1 (1938)

From 1938, this RCA still retains its original finish. The four-tube chassis has had its resistors and tubes checked and all capacitors replaced. Its a TRF circuit, plays local stations well with a 15-foot long wire antenna. The push buttons on top are marked with stations from the Kansas City area in the late 1930s. 10"W x 8"H x 6"D. $225.00. (1550074)

 

Silvertone 2001 (1953)

Silvertone 2001 (1953)

This 1953 Sears Silvertone has a chocolate brown painted steel cabinet and a restored four-tube chassis. All wax paper and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and alignment peaked. Needs an external antenna for reception but receives local stations well with the attached 8-ft wire unrolled. Small at 8"W x 5"H x 4"D. $95.00. (1550062)

 

Sonora RDU209 (1946)

Sonora RDU209 (1946)

Restored 1946 Sonora with an unusual curved cabinet. The chassis plays great with its internal loop antenna, new capacitors, checked tubes and resistors, and alignment. Faux veneer stripes, period correct toners and a semi-gloss lacquer were used to refinish the walnut cabinet. 13"W x 12"H x 9"D. $220.00. (1550056)

 

Truetone D2624 (1946)

Truetone D2624 (1946)

This 1946, seven-tube Truetone plays like new on AM and shortwave with its fully restored chassis. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and alignment peaked. The cabinet has been refinished with period correct toners and a semi-gloss lacquer. 15"W x 10"H x 8"D. $175.00. (1550071)

 

Westinghouse H-536T6 (1956)

Westinghouse H-536T6 (1956)

1956 model Westinghouse with tan plastic case and restored chassis. The top has a few hairline cracks caused by the heat from the rectifier tube but are barely noticeable. All wax paper and electrolytic capacitors were changed in the chassis, resistors checked and alignment peaked. Plays well with internal loop antenna. 11"W x 7"H x 6"D. $85.00. (1550060)

 

Westinghouse N-2002 (1947)

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Westinghouse N-2002 (1947)

From 1947, this Westinghouse has a restored five-tube chassis and refinished cabinet. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were replaced, tubes and resistors checked, and the alignment was peaked. Period correct toners and semi-gloss lacquer was used on the cabinet. Plays with excellent sensitivity on both AM and short wave bands with a long wire antenna. 16"W x 10"H x 7"D. $200.00. (1550105)

 

Zenith 5-D-625 (1942)

Zenith 5-D-625 (1942)

This attractive little 1942 Zenith is set off with its faux zebra wood trim. All wax and electrolytic capacitors were replaced on the five-tube chassis as well as tubes and resistors checked. The alignment was peaked for optimum performance. Lacquer toners and a semi gloss finish was used in the cabinet restoration. Plays well and does have an internal loop antenna. 12"W x 8"H x 8"D. $260.00. (1550100)

 

Zenith 6-D-630 (1942)

Zenith 6-D-630 (1942)

Restored Zenith "Consoltone" from 1942. The six-tube chassis has had all wax and electrolytic capacitors replaced, resistors and tubes checked and alignment peaked. The wooden cabinet has been refinished with period correct lacquer toners and a semi-gloss clear finish. Plays very well and has an internal loop antenna. 16"W x 9"H x 7"D. $230.00. (1550097)
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  • All radios listed have the best description possible for appearance and operation.  Buyer is encouraged to contact me for any additional details or questions before purchasing.  If the radio doesn't meet expectations once it arrives, it can be returned within seven days for refund of purchase price providing the original packaging is used and it is in the same condition as I sent it in. Buyer is responsible for return shipping and insurance costs.
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