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Motorola H-393T6 item #1269
Motorola Model H-393T6 radio. Plastic case has no cracks or chips but needs polishing to remove some surface marks (nothing deep). Radio has broken plug but I powered it up and radio is working fine. Appears all original including knobs and back (tuning knob has small chip).

$20.00      condition: fair


Pilot TV-37 item #1258
A fabulous find at a recent auction. This is a Pilot Model TV-37 television made by the Pilot Radio Company. It dates back to 1948. It has a tiny 3" screen. This one is in the best shape I have seen and it is completely original and undamaged. The cabinet and escutcheon should clean and polish up nicely. I took off the cover to examine the 21 tube chassis and it looks nice and clean. The electronics are untouched. I got adventurous and slowly powered it up on my variac and I could hear static in the background that varied as I tuned the receiver. The picture tube is an original 3KP4. I could see that the filament lit up but nothing appeared on the screen but that's not surprising as I am sure the voltages in the set are very low due to the age of the electrolytics etc. There is a possibility that once the electronics are rebuilt, the tv may work again. I don't think you will find a better example of this early TV. Reasonable offers also considered.

$350.00      condition: good


Chassis - Westinghouse H210 item #1242
Chassis from a Westinghouse Model H210 radio. Powered up but hums so electrolytics need replacing.

$15.00      condition: fair


Chassis - RCA 8R71 item #1239
Chassis from an RCA Model 8R71. It is in fair condition with dirt and some rust but should clean up. This is a 7 tube (6X5, 6V6, 6AU6, 6AV6, 6AL5, 6BA6, 6J6) transformer operated chassis and receives AM and FM with a phono input. I tried to power up the radio and got a low level hum so electrical repairs are necessary. The PM speaker needs replacing as does the dial cord.

$20.00      condition: fair


Zenith Clock Radio item #1234
Zenith Clock Radio model unknown. Case not chiped or cracked but very dirty. Radio looks complete but did not turn on. Some rust on chassis. Good for parts or restore.

$10.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Sylvania 543RE item #1232
Chassis from a Sylvania Model 543RE clock radio. Working but needs dial string..

$15.00      condition: fair


Cabinet - Silvertone 3451 item #1225
This is a Sears Silvertone "Commentator" Model 3451 cabinet only. This was originally sprayed ivory over black bakelite by the factory but was stripped and ready for repainting. It needs a little more detailing, sanding and perhaps a primer before you paint it. There are no cracks or chips in the cabinet and will make a perfect candidate for restoration.

$15.00      condition: fair


Chassis - RCA 66X13, 66x14 or 66X15. item #1221
Chassis from RCA radio Models 66X13, 66x14 or 66X15. Chassis is also stamped RC1046E and B274 and has 6 tubes. Radio powered up and worked but needs new electrolytics. With original antenna.

$25.00      condition: good


Chassis - Silvertone 8010 item #1218
Chassis from Silvertone Model 8010 clock radio. Chassis appears original and complete but cord cut so untested. Label on underneath of chassis.

$20.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Emerson 652B item #1214
Chassis from an Emerson Model 652B from 1950. Powered up and worked with some distortion from leaky electrolytics. Once changed it should be fine. Looks original and complete with antenna/back.

$20.00      condition: good

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