Zenith 10s 470 "Poor Man's Strat"___Wurlitzer 1965 Americana III____ Zenith 16A61 Stratosphere____Zenith 1000Z Stratosphere
We finally got lucky .... yes thats a Zenith 16-A-61 Junior
Stratosphere....And a Zenith 1000Z Stratosphere and NO they are
NOT for sale....
don't even bother to ask! ... Click on the pictures of the Stratospheres for additional pictures
Guaranteed the last time that FOUR of these radios were together in one place WAS in 1937 ON the assembly line at Zenith.
So I only ask One Question... if you happen to Have or Have Seen
one of these radios elsewhere... please send us an email... At a guess
there are probably less than 50 of these out of the total 1000 production that still survive in collections throughout the world. At this time
I only know of two others.. other than these FOUR radios....
Presenting Zenith 6B107 Boat and Trailer Radios restored by John and Jean Antique Radio
The radio on the right I am keeping for my own collection. The unusual light maple Z-knobs are found on the
Ivory Zenith radios. I am missing one so if you have one in your knob box please an email.
Our Baby Stratosphere just had a "Litter of Walton's"
Click Here to
listen to our recent interview on local TV
of fun over the last 15 years at the Auburn Car Show But time for us to
Retire from the show!!
Next Year We can go the show and be Spectators !!!
can meet you at the show to handle your
restoration radio needs. Your also welcome to stop at the house 7 miles south
of the show to look over our collection and select a nice old radio to take
home with you.
of the following pictures or this text for link direct to
the Auburn Classic Show....
click on the pictures
above to see what this show is all about...
About 350,000 to 400,000 people will attend this 4 day long show...
As well as the Auto's for show and sale the "Flea Market" has
most anything imaginable in it... something around 3000 vendors...
Tour of John & Jeans Restorations
The Real Lone Ranger Radio .....and the story behind it!
Walton Radio and the story behind it........
Walton Radio that ALMOST went to the Landfill.... Before and After Pictures
JUKEBOXES.....ours plus a couple that are "For Sale"
Sold Radios and
Customer radios that we restored
Zenith 12s374 Console... and the story about it... this is one rare... really rare radio.
Daves Radios restored by John and Jean during 2009
Radiobar restored and the Six Waltons completed!
Philco Chairside Radios that we have restored!
See the "Slagle 29B Console"...This Radio was built in Ft. Wayne, Indiana in 1929
Restoration on our Zenith 1000Z Stratosphere
Many People ask us
what do I need for a really good Antenna on my Antique Radio?
Click here for some examples of what makes a good antenna.
Other Radio Restorers friends of ours. If we don't have what you want they may have it!
Linda Stover in Fort Wayne ,Indiana
email to Mike and Linda: N9QR@arrl.net
Email to Kim is: firstname.lastname@example.org
pictures of another friends collection.... these are Super Radios... all 100% restored by Ted...
Don't be afraid to enter the
Home for Anything PHILCO radio related by: Ron Ramirez "Mr. Philco"
Grillecloth HAS RETURNED Click this link to Richmonddesignsinc.com
Specialty cabinet work or complete Custom
Cabinets by: Richmond Designs Inc
Need a special knob? Need a cabinet part? Need a whole cabinet? Contact Kenneth Richmond.
Antique Radio Resources Online Over 400 Antique Radio web pages
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Lots of Very Nice Radios at
this site.!! My Friend MJ
Want to listen to some Old Radio Shows... on your computer... try here..
Vintageradio.com Lots of Links to other Old Radio Sites
Phil's Old Radios. Phil has a nice section for beginners.
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Work done for your Scotts and McMurdo Radios? These people are GOOD
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