SOLD! - Apr 15, 2016 - BLUETOOTH MP3 READY - Mini Tombstone Wood Art Nouveau Retro 1935 Colonial AM Tube Radio Totally Restored! Wow!
BLUETOOTH MP3 READY - Mini Tombstone Wood Art Nouveau Retro 1935 Colonial AM Tube Radio Totally Restored! Wow!
DIMENSIONS: Approximately 11" x 5" x 8" (l x w x h)
COLOR: Antique cherry and black trim
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BLUETOOTH MP3: This particular radio has been modified to play Bluetooth MP3. Plays MP3 with cable or wirelessly from any MP3 playing device over 30 ft. Includes 3.5mm to mono RCA cable. Just plug in your MP3 player or connect wirelessly via Bluetooth. Works with any iPod, iPAD, iPhone, or Android. Switch from MP3 to AM radio with rocker switch installed on back panel. Sounds great! See details here
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DESCRIPTION: Tabletop tube radio manufactured by Colonial in mid 1930's still in excellent+ working condition. Picks up AM stations clearly and loudly up and down the dial. Excellent art nouveau design! Original front grill fabric is in fair condition. Red cherry polished cabinet is glossy condition. The grill fabric is solidly attached. This radio is over 80 years old! Nicely proportioned design. No repairs or refinishing. None needed. The tuning and volume dials work fine. The unit powers on and off with a definite click. No dial light. Not designed with one. All out of spec capacitors have been replaced with modern equivalents so this radio has another 70+ years or more of playing time! The tubes are working fine. All out-of-spec resistors have been replaced with modern correct value and voltage equivalents. The power cord and plug are good working condition. No exposed wiring. No pervasive hum. No pervasive static. Stations tune in clearly and distinctly. The radio has been thoroughly cleaned and inspected. All wiring has been thoroughly checked for possible bridging and weak solder connection. Comes from non-smoking, mature, clean professional environment no pets. When this radio was new, FDR was president! You could have listened to his fireside chats on this radio. This thing belongs in a museum!