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Bendix 646A Drop Leaf End Table Radio item #1404
This is one of the more unique radios made by Bendix. It is a drop leaf table with a built in tube radio. I am selling this for parts as follows - complete original chassis with all tubes untested $25, mounted speaker $5, matching 4 knob set $25 (almost impossible to find), heavy glass dial plate with usual flaking but amazingly dial lettering almost 100% intact $20, wood cabinet as pictured $25. If you want all the parts (less wood cabinet) I'll take $50.

$25.00      condition: parts set


Airline 20 Cathedral item #1402
Extremely rare 1931 Airline Model 20 cathedral. Case has some damage to the grille area and missing veneer on front. Grille cloth intact. Chassis looks original and unrestored and is being sold untested. Speaker in great shape.. This is a very small cathedral measuring 11" high x 10" wide x 7" deep. It will be sent in two boxes (cabinet separate from chassis) inside a bigger box to protect. Expect shipping to be about $25-30. Radio is pictured in Bunis 2nd edition page 16 and had a book value of $195 but that was long ago.

$100.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Philco 42-327 item #1393
Chassis from a Philco Model 42-327. 6 tubes. Recapped. New power cord. Working great. Original field coil speaker has small tear (easily glued) but still sounds perfect. Original Philco knobs and pushbuttons.

$25.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Emerson CS-270 item #1392
Chassis from an Emerson Model CS-270. Has 7 tube chassis with replaced NOS L42B ballast tube.. Electrolytics were changed but everything else looks original. Radio is working fine.

$25.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Model Unknown item #1386
Small compact transformer operated 5 tube chassis. Unkown make and model. Recapped, new line cord, fuse added, and working good. Speaker cone in need of repair and speaker needs to be fastened to chassis..

$20.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Philco 40-145 item #1384
Chassis from a Philco Model 40-145. 6 tube transformer operated. Electrolytics replaced. Powered up but low level hum so needs more work. Original Philco knobs and pushbuttons.

$20.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Silvertone 4206 item #1382
Chassis from a Silvertone Model 4206 (Ch= 132.067, Sears, Roebuck & Co). Recapped and plays fine on AM (really sounds good) but did not get any FM stations (probably needs good antenna). Transformer operated 8 tube chassis with 6V6 output. .

$25.00      condition: fair


Chassis - American Bosch 605 item #1380
Chassis out of an American Bosch Model 605 wood radio from 1937. Chassis was recapped (new electrolytics and paper caps replaced). Was able to get some noise and a weak station on short wave so needs more work. Priced as a parts set but restorable (power transformer alone worth twice the price; beautiful glass dial). I will sell the matching field coil speaker in perfect condition for an additional $15 (sorry speaker not sold separately).

$25.00      condition: fair


Chassis - Stromberg Carlson FM item #1378
Unusual FM only Stromberg Carlson chassis model unknown. FM band covers 40-44.5. 8 tube transformer operated chassis. Untested (looks like a coil is missing fron the top of the chassis front left) . Tubes alone worth more then I am asking..

$15.00      condition: fair


Chassis - FADA item #1374
This is a FADA chassis model unknown. It is postwar as it has miniature tubes but the chassis was probably a factory modified prewar version as it has the larger IF cans and you can see the octal sockets were replaced by miniature 7 pin types.. Could be a model 605 but that's just a guess. Chassis has its original parts and is working but probably should be recapped to ensure future reliability..

$15.00      condition: fair

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