RCA model 7X cathedral tombstone antique radio mint
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Sold Date: 11/16/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Offered is a completely restored RCA Victor model 7X vintage antique tombstone cathedral radio. The wood cabinet is restored, complete, and structurally sound. The cabinet has been professionally refinished with the finish formulated to match original color and luster as closely as possible. The cabinet is in immaculate like new condition with no dents or scratches. T are no loose joints or loose or missing veneer. All controls work smoothly. The dial turns freely with no slippage. The dial scale is undamaged and fully readable. The AC power cord has been replaced with a new cord. It is electronically restored to meet original factory specifications. All electrolytic and wax paper capacitors have been replaced. All other electronic components have been tested and any substandard or out of tolerance components and tubes have been identified and replaced. All replacement parts are new except for tubes which are new or used that test like new. It is very clean inside and out. This one is museum quality 9+ looks like new on the 1 to 10 cosmetic scale. It will tune in many stations loud and clear with a short wire antenna. Coverage is the AM broadcast band and two short wave bands. Frequency coverage is the AM broadcast band 530 to 1800 khz. Short wave bands 1.8 to 6.5 mhz and 6.2 to 22 mhz. You can count on this radio being a plug and play totally functional ready to use item with no repairs needed. This item is from a non smoker environment accurately described and is being offered for sale as is but will not arrive DOA.This item will be professionally packed and shipped world wide. See calculator for shipping cost to your zip or country. Shipping weight will be approximately 35 pounds. Thank you for your interest. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
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