Extra Nice middle 60s vintage table top radio in bookshelf design with an amazing sound profile.
Thats one of the last famous Fidelio models by Sterling NordMende, just view the photos and see the amazing design of this one. Especially the wooden front grill covers
and its nice glass dial do turn this radio into an real eye catcher.
Thats already a Stereo NF Radio, means record player or mp3 player will work in real stereo if you connect them.
# tubes: 6 :ECC85 ECH81 EAF801 ECC83 EM84 ELL80
# Bands: FM, LW,SW, MW
# FM up to 104 MHZ
# 2 large front speaker system
# Built in transformator 110V - 220V also 240V possible
# Dimensions:600 x 265 x 270 mm / 23.6 x 10.4 x 10.6 inch
#Made in Germany Year :1964
NOTES ABOUT THIS OFFER:
The Radio Chassis, Reciever, Amplifier is now restored, critical capacitors have been replaced. The whole chassis got a check up compared with the circuit layout, contacts was cleaned.
Some tubes replaced etc etc..Simply all that we can say the radio is now working perfect and is playing well in all bands.
The Cabinet Varnish is Original !!
Its for the age in a good condition, please view the extra large Photos well.
If you want to have the radio cabinet in a totally back to factory condition, then
view please our Restoration Services offer BELOW
Its worth to choose our exclusive restoration offer, after our restoration job on the cabinet
you will have this radio cabinet in a perfect back to factory condition.
- ADDITONAL SERVICES -
1. LUXURY CABINET RESTORATION & FINSIH
a complete cabinet restoration, we remove the old damaged varnish completly, built a new laque coat up and spray that radio with a patina airbrush in the original colors Later the varnish gets a professional mirror piano polish.
Result a totally mint looking radio cabinet
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE ?
We offer YOU the radios fully restored, no ! not only the electronics , its a full cabinet restoration here included. NOT resprayed ! We built a complete new laque coat up and give the cabinet the original finish back like it was in the 50's or 60's.
Thats a time intensive work and needs knowledge about using patina airbrush color and polishing. Compare this working steps with a real piano polish , it's the same job.
RESULT: You will have really a tube radio which you can't find somewhere else. Because its mint inside and outside, like you got it in the oldtimes. Is that not nice ?