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Airline 811 Cathedral (1932)


Airline 811 Cathedral (1932)

THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Airline superheterodyne radio! That's right, a superhet from 1932. Pretty rare. This seven-tube radio plays loud and clear; my guarantee applies. I did a full frame-off restoration on this one, see photo. All cap housings have been cleaned out and restuffed with fresh capacitors. All resistors have been replaced. Aligned and good to go. The cardboard speaker board has been replaced with plywood for better support. New grille cloth, repro cloth cord and plug, original Bakelite knobs. Cabinet finished in lacquer. Yes that is a globe 47 tube you see in the back! This radio is pretty large at 18"H x 15"W x 11"D; about 31 pounds packed.
Airline 811 Cathedral (1932)
THIS RADIO HAS BEEN SOLD!
Airline superheterodyne radio! That's right, a superhet from 1932. Pretty rare. This seven-tube radio plays loud and clear; my guarantee applies. I did a full frame-off restoration on this one, see photo. All cap housings have been cleaned out and restuffed with fresh capacitors. All resistors have been replaced. Aligned and good to go. The cardboard speaker board has been replaced with plywood for better support. New grille cloth, repro cloth cord and plug, original Bakelite knobs. Cabinet finished in lacquer. Yes that is a globe 47 tube you see in the back! This radio is pretty large at 18"H x 15"W x 11"D; about 31 pounds packed.
Sold by Bob Atchison on April 18, 2013
Listed price on date of sale - $375.00
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