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Zenith 8G005Y Trans-Oceanic (1946-47)
(suitcase tube portable radio w/SW)

Zenith 8G005Y Trans-Oceanic (1946-47)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

This Trans-Oceanic Multi-Band AM and Short-Wave model was produced by Zenith in 1946 thru 1947 and it was the first model produced by Zenith following WWII and followed the earlier and very successful Zenith Clipper. This model has eight tubes that have all been checked. Plays very well and brings in some short-wave after dark. It has a 5 ft. telescopic antenna as well as a special Wave Magnet that is tucked inside on the back cover which can be used for even better Short-Wave listening.

Zenith 8G005Y Trans-Oceanic (1946-47)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!

This Trans-Oceanic Multi-Band AM and Short-Wave model was produced by Zenith in 1946 thru 1947 and it was the first model produced by Zenith following WWII and followed the earlier and very successful Zenith Clipper. This model has eight tubes that have all been checked. Plays very well and brings in some short-wave after dark. It has a 5 ft. telescopic antenna as well as a special Wave Magnet that is tucked inside on the back cover which can be used for even better Short-Wave listening.

Sold by Ben Martin on May 12, 2023
Listed price on date of sale - $175.00
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