GREAT GERMAN HI-FI TUBE RADIO LOEWE OPTA APOLLO

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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Feb 21,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

Hello, today I have a very "hard to find radio for you, the LOEWE OPTA APOLLO 'Hi-Fi' ". The Hi-Fi is the rare one of the Loewe Opta's Apollo Radio's. Have 3 speaker's, 2 side speaker's and one large front basse speaker. From the front panel you can spin the ferrite antenna inside. This is very important for a very good shortwave reception! This radio is realy in a SHOWROOM QUALITY, please: just look at my picture how shiny this radio realy is. You never will see again a perfekt finish like this. The orig inal grill cloth, dialglass, every knob, also every brass trim are shiny and like new. Just the brass panel around the front side of the case has some minor patina . Now I come thru chassis, and I'v e done everything to give you the next year's a troublefree feeling from a great time, I mean the good old time the time of 1950is. We changed the fillers, the wax, foil, paper capacitors, the tuning eye, bulbs etc... And now it work's perfectly on every band. Has AM, FM (87 to 100), SW I + II, and longwave. All band's are very powerful.

T is also a chance to conne ct a tape recorder and a record player, by the input stages. Also included in this AUCTION are 2 cable's to connect this radio to your CD, DVD and computer. So you can listening your own music in a very strong Hi-Fi Quality. This is a very attractive set!

This radio run with 110 V, 120, 200, 220 and 240 Volts, and I will set extra the volt's for you and your country!

If you are the succesful bidder, than you need to calculate 80 $ for shipment, profesional packing and h andling to every place in the USA.

To Great Britain, Italy or Sweden.... this will coast you 45 e.

For the Russian Federation 70 e.

The radio measured over 60 centimeter long, 25 centimeter deep and nearly 40 centimeter high.

I accept PayPal, Cash or Money Order's.

If you have any question, please call or e-mail me before you bid. I am happy to answer every question.

I overhaul and restore every tube radio for you. So if you need us call or e-mail me, cell phone: 0049 0163 838 20 95

Best Regard`s

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