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Chassis Parts - Philco 37-610 item #1743
Everything pictured from a Philco Model 37-610. Intact tuning assembly subchassis with all coils in place, two IF transformers, power transformer with top mounted rectifier socket.

$25.00      condition: fair


Chassis Parts - Philco 18/503 item #1742
Everything pictured from a Philco Model 18/503 radio. Tuning mechanism with dial, chokes, coils, all bakelite block condensors, compensating capacitors, switches, hardware.

$25.00      condition: fair


Heathkit IM-11 VTVM item #1741
Vintage Heathkit Model IM-11 Vacuum Tube Volt Meter. Works. Complete with original plug in probe. Decent condition.

$15.00      condition: fair


GE 107 item #1740
General Electric Model 107 in a classic machine age bakelite cabinet. No cracks or chips and has a nice shine. Looked at the chassis and aside from some dust looks complete with all its original parts. Powered up and works fine. Knobs, back, and label on bottom all original and in good shape. If you want recapping available on this radio for an extra $25.

$50.00      condition: excellent


Philco 42-PT94 item #1737
Philco Model 42-PT94 Transitone from 1942. Wood case is solid with no veneer problems but needs refinishing. Unfortunately the escutcheon, which is made of Tenite, has a notoriously bad reputation. This type of plastic shrinks and warps over time. In my opinion the one on this radio is still acceptable looking. Better news on the chassis - it was rebuilt and is playing just fine with very nice sound and plenty of sensitivity. Everything else looks original to the radio including the knobs, handle, back, and full labels on bottom. Restore the cabinet and you will have a very nice radio.

$40.00      condition: fair


Emerson FP421 item #1736
Nicely styled machine age Emerson Model FP421 from about 1941. Bakelite case is free of damage and has a nice soft shine. Chassis was recapped and realigned and is playing fine. Original Emerson knobs (left to right bass treble tone control, volume, on/off, tuning). Plastic dial face a little yellowed but acceptable (replacements readily available but I Iike to keep parts original if possible). Dial is clean.

$75.00      condition: excellent


Philco 40-502 Radio/78 RPM Record Player item #1733
Philco Model 40-502 radio record player. Cabinet is in excellent condition and has its original finish with just two small pieces of veneer missing but touched-up so hardly noticeable. Radio chassis was rebuilt and works fine. Record player was also completely rebuilt with a replacement motor, tone arm, and cartridge. Plays those 78 records perfectly, and the permanent needle and the lighter metal tone arm won't hurt those records like the replaceable steel needles. Multi position switch on top of the record player is to select radio, phono, and bass, and toggle switch turns turntable on. I don't think you will find this model in better condition especially at this price.

$75.00      condition: excellent


DeWald B612 Catalin item #1731
At first glance this appears to be a DeWald step top catalin radio Model A502. However, it is actually a Model B612 radio chassis in an A502 cabinet and this is exactly how it originally came from the factory. The B612 chassis is an FM to AM converter so you can play the FM band on you AM radio. But it has a really interesting twist. It is actually an AM oscillator so you can transmit the FM signal to any nearby AM radio. First one of these I have ever seen or even heard of. I got it while on vacation in the Hudson Valley this Fall. The cabinet had several cracks and a tiny chip from the top rear. The chassis had some rust. It was nearly impossible to remove from the cabinet so those 3 screws on the bottom had to be cut off. Finally got the two separated (I held my breath taking them apart so as not to damage the fragile FM glass dial which is in very good condition). I clamped the cabinet and used super glue followed by epoxy to repair the cracks. It came out very well. I have done some preliminary sanding and you cannot feel the cracks, but they are still visible to varying degrees. It will still display nicely as with any catalin radio (the Butterscotch has the most swirling and definition I have seen in a catalin radio cabinet). As for the chassis, lots of naval jelly and the rust is all dissolved. The tuning mechanism and dial cord and on off switch work fine. I recapped the chassis, changed a few parts in the AM oscillator, and it is now working. I was able to pick up several FM stations on a nearby AM radio tuned to 700 kc (adjustable by changing the setting of the trimmer). I put a current price for the radio in its present condition as pictured. There are people who can airbrush over the cracks and make them invisible, but that is for the new owner to decide if they want that done. Price includes shipping US lower 48 only.

$300.00      condition: fair


Vintage Stereophones item #1730
Really nice vintage stereo headphones from the 1960's made by Sharpe (Model 7). I love the color. They are in working condition and appear to be new old stock in original boxes. I have two. Buy one for yourself and give the other as a present to the vintage HiFi lover. Price is for each but if you want both its $45.

$25.00      condition: excellent


Phono-Art Record Player item #1727
Decent Phono-Art suitcase record player. Cloth covered case in good condition with some minor scuffing of the cloth in spots. Tube amplifier was rebuilt, turntable motor and drive wheel lubricated, and a new tone with high output crystal cartridge installed (has flip over needles for 78, and LP/45). Works and sounds fine. Two knobs on right control on/off/volume and tone and knob on left is the speed control (turntable has 3 speeds: 33 1/3, 45 with built in adapter, and 78). Great for playing your old 78's and 45's. These suitcase record players are becoming popular again due to the renewed interest in vinyl but finding them in working condition without needing some repairs is near impossible.

$45.00      condition: good

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