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mstaton 07-29-2017 06:05 PM

I will Have some sets for sale soon
1. 1963 magnavox roundie combo(CTC-15 clone), recapped, very good CRT, All tube amp, record player works, FM radio works but has issues. Cabinet in decent condition. $150
2. 1965 RCA CTC-16 roundie, recapped, good CRT, some marks on cabinet but decent, Smaller set. $100 (My Avitar)
3. 1965 RCA CTC-16 roundie swivel set, Good CRT, cabinet decent. $100
4. 1967 Admiral 23" rectangle metal table top set, Good CRT, It works but it needs work in the vertical area. $75
5. 1972 Zenith Hybrid 25" color set. This came from shango66. It works but take a while for the color to come in. CRT is marginal. I have a spare CRT thats good to go with it. $75
I'll make a good deal for all of them, No pics of them(coming shortly) but 2 of them are on my Youtube page:

Zenith from shango66:

You must pick them up or arrange for shipping

DavGoodlin 08-03-2017 08:47 AM

That Magnavox, sounds interesting - what cabinet style, I think there were only three styles for color theatre in 1963. Chassis Series 41 or 43? I know the "37" TV chassis was a CTC12 clone.

mstaton 08-05-2017 10:07 AM

I believe its a 43. Its been a while since I looked at it. Definately a 15 clone.. It's on my youtube channel.

mstaton 02-25-2018 01:56 PM

Ok a new offer, I did sell a CTC-16 on eBay to a local collector. My new offer is all the sets listed minus the swivel bases 16 plus a 1950 GE B&W roundie set(10") CRT is in excellent condition, set works. cabinet needs work. All for $100. I might be moving and cannot take them with me. I still have some sets I'll keep. They WILL need to be picked up within a month if interested. Sets are kind of buried in the garage. I can get the GE pic easy enough and possibly the Admiral.. I CANNOT SHIP SO DONT ASK!

Bill R 02-26-2018 05:38 PM

Wish you weren't so far away. A great deal and I would probably take them all, but they may as well be on mars right now. :(

Electronic M 02-26-2018 06:15 PM


Originally Posted by Bill R (Post 3196724)
Wish you weren't so far away. A great deal and I would probably take them all, but they may as well be on mars right now. :(

Same problem...I'd love to have that Maggie combo and I'd probably not walk away from any of the other stuff (if it were local) however a 26-hour drive 1 way and ~$630 bucks in gas for the suburban just don't make it worth it.

mstaton 03-11-2018 01:50 PM

OK LAST OFFER. Come get them for free! I'm not far from Seattle or Portland or Northern CA(A days drive). A good way to have an instant collection! Otherwise I will be forced to part them out but prefer not to. Bring a trailer since it all wont fit into a standard truck. PM me if interested. Thanks

mstaton 03-15-2018 10:06 AM

Nobody has any interest?

SpaceAge 03-15-2018 04:33 PM

I'd happily take at least the CTC-16 and Admiral if we weren't separated by 800+ miles of the wide open west. Good luck, I really hope someone can save them but unfortunately your location makes it logistically unfeasible for about 95% of us.

Electronic M 03-15-2018 05:27 PM

I briefly pondered going for the maggie aircraft carrier (if I liked the cabinet) and whatever else would fit in/on my suburban, but until I'm over this flu no crazy cross-country trips for me...

This thread touches on an important recurring theme...As TV collectors we need to at the very least understand the logistics involved in downsizing/getting out of the hobby, and make sure our plans will(not just can) practically do it before dumpster time is reached.

If I were in your shoes I'd rent a Uhaul and either take them with me or get them to the ETF to sell in spring...

mstaton 03-15-2018 07:44 PM

It's just as far to go to Ohio as for someone to come here. It needs to be someone from the west coast or Wyoming or Nebraska

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