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Old 10-04-2010, 04:18 PM
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FS - Radio and scope parts chassis

If you need one of these chassis or just a part form one, please let me know. Sorry, no tubes left in them.

Philco 76


RCA WO-56A scope


RCA Radiola RE-73 tuner, power supply and audio amp
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Old 10-05-2010, 11:27 PM
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Regarding that RE-73, I didn't realize that type dial survived the RCA-Victor marriage. I have a Victor with a bad dial, commonplace I guess. Celluloid? If it were otherwise going to be tossed I would take that part; not correct for mine but better than what I have now.

I think there is a market for those audio amps?
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Old 10-06-2010, 12:11 AM
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Regarding that RE-73, I didn't realize that type dial survived the RCA-Victor marriage. I have a Victor with a bad dial, commonplace I guess. Celluloid? If it were otherwise going to be tossed I would take that part; not correct for mine but better than what I have now.
I'll wait a while to see if someone needs the whole chassis or dial area. If not, I don't mind parting it out.

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I think there is a market for those audio amps?
Perhaps - it's virtually the same amp as in the RE-57 like PaulOF just restored or my WR-8.
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I have the earlier Victor 245 amp (speaker is separate from chassis) and I have seen that sell for between $500-$800! I was going to pitch mine until I saw the selling prices for them. Now, if only to find the time to put up with listing it on the auction site.....
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Old 10-06-2010, 01:49 AM
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I should have mentioned that I do have the speaker for that RE-57.
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Old 10-06-2010, 10:31 PM
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I went to a (very) sparsely attended radio auction once where they had one of those Victors, better than mine. A tube audio guy I know was there and said he was going to buy it and I could have everything but the amp. Well, this other guy he knew happened to be there and the two got in a bidding war, so I never got the set. Mine isn't anything great...but it isn't going to parted out, either. Too interesting, I think.
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