Mike Boessen's Radio Attic
"Selling radios at the Radio Attic since August 2018"

the Radio Attic
Click on the link above to contact the seller or e-mail
To see more of this seller's radios, visit Mike Boessen's Radio Attic.

Philco 42-350 (1942)
Philco 42-350 (1942)
Philco filled this 42-350 up with all the latest tech for 1942. It has AM, short wave and even the now defunct 40 MHZ FM band. Seven of the new Loktal style tubes and one of the earliest oblong design 4x6-inch speakers. Pushbutton presets for your favorite broadcast stations. A solid wood cabinet built to withstand an earthquake. The large, perfect glass dial is sided with an ingenious pivoting backlight to indicate which band is in use. This was restored by a previous servicer. The cabinet is in nice condition, with a few minor flaws. The speaker has been reconed. I replaced several out of spec resistors and gave it a full alignment. All high testing tubes. Receives fairly well on the built in antenna, with connections for external antenna. The FM doesn't appear to work. For an extra $100 I can try to modify it to work on modern FM. If you live on the San Andreas fault, this would be a good choice! 18-1/2"W x 11-1/2"H x 11"D; 21 lbs.  $350.00. (1680094)
Philco 42-350 (1942)
Philco filled this 42-350 up with all the latest tech for 1942. It has AM, short wave and even the now defunct 40 MHZ FM band. Seven of the new Loktal style tubes and one of the earliest oblong design 4x6-inch speakers. Pushbutton presets for your favorite broadcast stations. A solid wood cabinet built to withstand an earthquake. The large, perfect glass dial is sided with an ingenious pivoting backlight to indicate which band is in use. This was restored by a previous servicer. The cabinet is in nice condition, with a few minor flaws. The speaker has been reconed. I replaced several out of spec resistors and gave it a full alignment. All high testing tubes. Receives fairly well on the built in antenna, with connections for external antenna. The FM doesn't appear to work. For an extra $100 I can try to modify it to work on modern FM. If you live on the San Andreas fault, this would be a good choice! 18-1/2"W x 11-1/2"H x 11"D; 21 lbs.  $350.00. (1680094)
Back to Top
You are visitor number 561 to this page.

Radio Attic Home   |  Radios for Sale   |  Go to Mike Boessen's Radio Attic

Radios for sale at the Radio Attic are offered by independent advertisers and not by the Webmaster.
Sellers are identified at the top of each page.  You must directly contact the seller to purchase a radio.
© 1999, 2022  Radio Attic