"I am not too sure what I want to do with them yet... I know the big wooden one I sent first needs repairs.. I got it running once but then blew a tube, some smoke came out.. woops! The standardyne I have not plugged in yet too afraid, don't…"
I am not much into the clock radios as much as the radios themselves. But I like to get them all running again and back in service. I really like the wooden one. What are you wanting to do with them? Get them running again or sell them? If…"
The Wellington you have is a lower end mid price pipe, probably from the 40's-50's. A nice smoker in general. I attached an old ad of such pipes. It's valued probably in the $35 range or so. I would need its dimensions…"
The Zenith radio pictured is built into a basement wall. When plugged in, the radio
still fires up and glows.
However, not being played in over 40 years, no one knows how to tune it.
Is it worth taking out of the wall?"
Hello,I love to repair/restore old tube radios. Primarily from the 1920's-1950's. It is a hobby of mine so if you have one for sale or know of some that does and would like to have that piece of history brought back to life, please let me know!Thanks,EricSee More