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Airline 04BR514 item #1713
Airline Model 04BR514 radio. Cabinet was repainted and has a small piece missing from rear bottom (can't see from the front). Cord needs replacing but I plugged in anyway and to my surprise the radio worked pretty good (minor hum in background so new electrolytics are a good bet). Missing pushbuttons (reproductions made but originals are available if you search), and stations numbers gone from original plastic dial face (someone probably sprayed an ammonia based cleaner so bye bye numbers - reproduction dials made). Despite what's wrong these are collectible radios and this one still displays nicely. The price is a fraction of a good original.

$25.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Emerson 652 item #1711
Chassis Emerson Model 652. Original unrestored condition and working, but could use new electrolytics.

$15.00      condition: fair


Westinghouse 503 item #1704
Westinghouse Model 503 radio. Wood case needs some touch up/refinishing on top, rest of case looks decent. Tried to power it up but just got a low level hum so needs some repair work. Original knobs, dial, back, grille cloth in good shape. Has a phono input so would make a nice tube amplifier for your IPOD, MP3 etc.

$20.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Zenith G844 item #1699
This is a Zenith radio I have not seen before. I thought it was the conventional AM/FM radio from the early 50's but this one is different. When I disassembled the console and took out the radio I was pleasantly surprised to find a transformer operated chassis (no selenium rectifier like all the others) with 8 tubes. The brass escutcheon has the FM band on it and the back dial has the AM band. I wanted to see how it would look lit up so I powered up the radio and the dial is really neat. The radio also played but with distortion and hum so those old electrolytics should be changed. I noticed a few other repairs (cap, resistor) but most of the original parts are intact. The second picture shows the original Zenith PM speaker in perfect condition, and the escutcheon. If you want it all (knobs and original back included) the price is $45. Otherwise tell me what you want and I will price it accordingly.

$45.00      condition: fair


Parts - Silvertone 7048 item #1696
Following parts from Silvertone Console Model 7048: speaker backboard with grille cloth (perfect) $20, field coil speaker (perfect) $25, knob set $10, antenna from cabinet $15.

$25.00      condition: good


Chassis - Zenith 6G501M item #1693
Original chassis from a Zenith 6G501M Universal 3 way portable. Cord cut so untested but looks complete and unmolested. I also have the original speaker in good condition. Price is for chassis + speaker. Z knobs (2 for $5) and removable wavemagnet antenna ($10) available separately or buy everything for $35.

$25.00      condition: fair


Books - Philco Radio by Ron Ramirez item #1681
Published 23 years ago at $29.95 and now hard to find at double the price. This collection of Philco radios spans 1928-1942 and is a great reference guide.

$25.00      condition: excellent


Pair of Westinghouse AC/Battery Radios item #1675
For parts or repair. Condition as pictured (white one has a crack down the back). Both powered up and made noise or got a station. Both look to be in original condition. Price is for both.

$20.00      condition: fair


TraVler 55C44 Clock Radio item #1673
Here is a nice looking TraVler Model 55C44 clock radio in a blond wood cabinet. There is some slight edge wear on the cabinet but easily touched up. Radio and clock are both working fine. Looks to be all original including radio and clock knobs and a full undamaged back. You don't see many clock radios in wooden cabinets as nice as this one.

$45.00      condition: good


Zenith G503 "Universal" (1950) item #1663
Introduced in March 1950, this was a companion radio to the G500 Transoceanic. The cabinet has a unique design and engineered to remind users to turn off the radio (you simply close the dial). A little cleaning and polishing (any scuff marks will disappear with black shoe polish) is all this one needs. The radio powered up with a loud hum but I was able to tune in a station so change those electrolytics and you will be back in business. When you open the front the tuning dial pops up and that turns the radio on, and off when you lower the tuning dial (radio shown in raised "on" position). The plastic dial cover has some small stress marks where it contacts the knobs when it is closed. That was a design flaw in these radios so be careful when you close the tuning dial cover. Everything looks original and intact. Very collectible radio.

$50.00      condition: fair

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