Fred Dixon's Radio Attic
"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since April 2020"

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Mississauga, Ontario, Canada L4Y1M1
905-277-0196

 

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Crosley 10-138 (1951)

Crosley 10-138 (1951)

This very nice original maroon dashboard radio, a few faint paint marks on the front next to the volume control. Strong player. Professionally serviced, and MP3 ready. Don't miss out, ones like this don't come along very often. 13"W x 7"H x 7"D. $165.00. (1760005)

 

Crosley D-25 (Canada, 1953)

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Crosley D-25 (Canada, 1953)

Canadian Made 1953 white Crosley D-25 "Dashboard Radio." Styled after cars of that era. These radios not only hold their value, a lot have increased. Professionally serviced, strong playing radio, with a working clock. Original white finish with only a few minor paint nicks. Most D-25 have the Bronze trim, but this one has the rarely seen chrome ones. 13"W x 7"H x 7-1/2"D. $275.00. (1760009)

 

Crosley E-15 (1951)

Crosley E-15 (1951)

From my personal collection, I am offering a very nice brown dashboard. Professionally serviced, one capacitor replaced and two "NOS" knobs installed. 13"W x 7"H x 7"D. $185.00. (1760006)

 

Electrohome P-107 (Canada, 1953-54)

Electrohome P-107 (Canada, 1953-54)

This is a very nice original radio that has been professionally serviced. Radio hss a new power cord and dial light installed. Strong playing; chip and crack free. 13"W x 7"H x 7"D. $145.00. (1760001)

 

Granco 730A (1956)

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Granco 730A (1956)

1956 Granco black and white model 730A AM/FM radio. The FM is not working; however it plays well on AM. The station pointer is missing but tunes in different stations. The radio has been professionally serviced, with a new dial cord installed. This black and white beauty is free from chips and cracks, and would make an excellent addition to any collection or a very nice vintage display. 10-1/2"W x 7"H x 5-1/2"D. $89.00. (1760010)

 

Northern Electric 5000 "Baby Champ" (Canada)

Northern Electric 5000 "Baby Champ" (Canada)

This very nice natural brown Bakelite radio that is chip and crack free. Signs of wear to the top. Professionally serviced with all three filters replaced. Made in Montreal during 1946/47, Baby Champs are strong players, make a great radio for a beginner or an experienced radio collector, lend well to custom paint schemes. 10"W x 6"H x 6"D. $110.00. (1760007)

 

Northern Electric 5700 (Canada, 1953)

Northern Electric 5700 (Canada, 1953)

A very nice Bakelite strong playing five-tube radio that includes a factory installed RCA phono jack that allows you to play music or an MP3 player through this radio Chip and crack free although there are a couple of paint scrapes on the top. Professionally serviced, with two filters replaced and a working dial light. 13"W x 7"H x 7"D. $129.00. (1760002)
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About Fred Dixon's Radio Attic
About me:  Back in the early 1950's I received a Christmas gift of a brand new S38D Hallicrafters receiver. From this start I went on to have a career in the repair and service of black and white TV's and radios.  In the 1960's I went on to other unrelated careers but still retained my passion for radios.  Some ten years ago while at a vintage automotive flea market, I purchased a very nice Canadian made white Arvin radio model 254T in need of restoration. That became #1, and now at # 825 and still growing.

The radios that I collect are mainly crack- and chip-free and have the original finish. I enjoy doing the electrical restoration and bring these old goldies back to life.  Since starting back in the hobby, I have not had any come backs due to my workmanship; many of the people I have sold to, come back and buy other radios to add to their collections.

Restorations:  All radios listed are serviced unless otherwise stated, this includes lubricating and cleaning all controls.  I correct old repairs, replace all defective and out of tolerance resistors and capacitors, also check and replace all defective tubes; chassis and cabinets cleaned inside and out, bench run for at least four hours.


TERMS

Payments:  Payment in USA funds, using PayPal to my email address, or by money order.

Shipping:  At the time of shipping, the radio will again be test run.  Using the most utmost care, the radios will be shipped in an oversize cardboard box, wrapped in large bubble wrap.  I have shipped this way many times without problems.  Once full payment has cleared, the radio will be shipped within two business days.  At time of shipping the buyer will be notified, including tracking information.

I ship to Canada and the USA using Canada post insured.  Shipping charges and insurance are in addition to the purchase price.  Once I receive an email from the buyer confirming the purchase and shipping price.  Seven days will be allowed for payment to clear, after seven days and not having receiving cleared payment, the sale will be cancelled.  At that time the radio will again will be available for sale.

Returns:  If the buyer for whatever reason wants to return the radio, the buyer must first contact me.  If all attempts to resolve the issue cannot be made, the buyer, at their expense, may return the radio as long as it is in the same condition as received.  It is my goal to make you the customer, happy with your purchase.  Thank you for visiting Fred's Attic.


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