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Downsizing Collection

In addition to radios listed on my For Sale pages, radios in my collection are also available for sale. However, they will be sold by offer only. Due to the rarity of certain radios, restrictions apply.



Garrard AT60 Turntable item #1830
Vintage Garrard AT60 automatic turntable. Working. Can be used in both automatic and manual mode. 4 speeds. With Shure M81 stereo cartridge and good 75C needle. Very nice all around condition including original walnut wood base. Just needs some polishing of the stainless steel ring on the turntable mat. These are sought after vintage turntables made in Great Britain. Can't beat my price. One of the best features of this series (AT6, AT60, M40 etc) is their small compact size but with all the high end features you would expect from Garrard. Comes with copy of original instruction manual and stereo cables.

$75.00      condition: good


Garrard 40 MkII Turntable item #1828
Very nice and clean 40 MkII turntable. Working condition. Only missing head stage. Copy of instruction manual included.

$35.00      condition: good


Garrard AT60 Turntable item #1827
For parts or restoration. Working condition but sold as is. Please look at picture to see what is included or missing. Copy of instruction manual included.

$20.00      condition: fair


RCA Record Changer and Tube Amplifier item #1825
This is an RCA Model 9-ES-6H record player taken from a small console. It consists of a multi speed record changer (RP-205-B, 24 page service manual included) in good condition with just a little surface cleaning needed, and a 3 tube amplifier (chassis RS-157-B, schematic included). The turntable is working as is the original cartridge (it is a high output ceramic which do not usually go bad like the crystal cartridges). The flip over needle looks good too. The changer plays all speed records (16, 33 1/3, 45, 78) manually or automatically (could use some lubrication of the working parts). It comes with the 45 adapter. The amplifier has a loud hum and should work fine after recapping. The two cables off the bottom of the changer plug into the amplifier and the on/off switch for the changer also turns the amp on and off. Build or buy a base for the changer, mount the amp, add some speakers and you will have a nice set up to play your vintage records.

$45.00      condition: fair


Emerson 864 Vintage Multispeed Record Player item #1822
Beautiful original condition on this Emerson Model 864 record player. Of course Emerson did not make the record changer itself. It is a Voice of Music 1200 series turntable. That makes repairs a snap because of the wealth of information on these record changers, and I am including a copy of the 16 page SAMS Photofact as well. The one I am selling is in working condition. It features 4 speeds (16, 33 1/3, 45, and 78) and can be used as an automatic or manual changer. The ceramic cartridge is working fine with high output so you can plug this baby into your radio with a phono input and play your favorite records. The flip over cartridge has two needles for 33/45 and the other for 78's. The automatic operation was fine on the 78 speed, but was sluggish on the 45 and 33 1/3 speeds. That means a good cleaning and lubrication of the mechanism is al that is needed. The cream colored metal base with black and red is eye candy and screams retro vintage. On the bottom is the full original Emerson label with model number. This is the first one of these I have had and if not sold goes into my collection (despite my wifes insistence on downsizing - haha).

$75.00      condition: good


1950's Guided Missle Electronics item #1820
For the collector I have two mint variable resistors from the Belock Instrument Corp, LI NY. Here is a link to the companies founder: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_D._Belock. These are curiosities only and neat items from the 1956 missle era. Both are mint in their original sealed boxes but out of curiosity I opened one to see just what was in there. Just pay for shipping.

$1.00      condition: excellent


Parts - Zenith R600 Transoceanic item #1819
Selling parts from a Zenith Model R600 Transoceanic. Chassis (powers up and hums but all original parts and tubes including a good 50A1, beautiful glass dial no stress cracks) $45, cabinet (fair condition but restorable - parts available what do you need?) $25, other parts please ask (whip antenna, wave magnet antenna, knobs, etc). Buy it whole for $60 (expect shipping to be $25-30 as it is heavy). UPDATE Whip antenna sold.

$1.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Emerson 511 item #1818
Original chassis from an Emerson Model 511. Also fits others in that series (541, 517 etc). Working fine without hum.

$30.00      condition: good


Chassis - Silvertone 4206 item #1815
Unusual Silvertone Model 4206 radio. The chassis is both AM and FM. However, the AM frequencies appeared on the cabinet face itself while the FM frequencies appeared on the dial face itself. So unless you already have a cabinet, without it you can approximate the position of the AM stations but I would just use this as an FM receiver. The FM indicator on the bottom of the dial glows red when the FM band is selected. When the AM band is selected the other pilot lamp glows white and illuminates the outer dial (if you had the cabinet).Nice 8 tube transformer operated set and was completely recapped when I got it. Plays strong on AM, weaker on FM depending on where I locate the power cord (FM antenna coupled to the AC line). Perhaps with an external FM antenna it would perform better. Has its original knobs. Nice chassis for the price

$25.00      condition: good


RCA 2X-61 item #1810
Sharp looking RCA Model 2X-61. Bakelite case is in excellent condition with a very nice shine. Chassis was recapped and is playing fine. These radios are getting harder to find because they have the RCA phono jack on the back and if you have an adapter cable you can plug in your IPOD, MP3, or any device with a line level output. You can also plug in a Bluetooth receiver and then can stream music from any source including your iPhone, IPAD, Tablet, etc. The radio is $75 but if you want the adapter cable (safely converts a stereo output from your device to a mono input) and the Bluetooth option please add $25.

$75.00      condition: excellent

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