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We constantly up-grading our stock of period radio's

 

Retro with Classic designs are now very popular. There are a number of client's who collect from a certain decade, this can be for personal interest or as props in television or film, through to interior design. At times we are asked to supply good looking models but are not fully functional. If there is a particular period radio you require please contact me to your specific needs so we can do the hard work for you.

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Bush TR82DL (1964)

The Bush 82L denotes that the set has a preset 208 metre button for Luxembourg, a popular radio station for the teenager at the time and was preset to (one) aid tuning due to fading after night fall and therefore difficult to tune , but also (two) a good sales idea to market for the listener. The D stands for the colour in this case a light cream case and tan Rexine finish. The radio was only produced for a coupe of years , hence not as many of these around compared to the 6 digit standard TR range. The radio has the standard Medium and Long wave broadcast bands and with some slight marking to the case , but no chips and a good clear tuning dial, as often on these 3 button radio's the wave band idents are worn as seen in the picture, again a common issue with the VTR103's. There is the added bonus of the original user manual for this model.

The radio works very well and comes complete with 1 years gurantee, PP9 battery and free courier carriage.

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Bush TR82DL (1964)

£70.00 incl. P&P

The Bush 82L denotes that the set has a preset 208 metre button for Luxembourg, a popular radio station for the teenager at the time and was preset to (one) aid tuning due to fading after night fall and therefore difficult to tune , but also (two) a good sales idea to market for the listener. The D stands for the colour in this case a light cream case and tan Rexine finish. The radio was only produced for a coupe of years , hence not as many of these around compared to the 6 digit standard TR range. The radio has the standard Medium and Long wave broadcast bands and with some slight marking to the case , but no chips and a good clear tuning dial, as often on these 3 button radio's the wave band idents are worn as seen in the picture, again a common issue with the VTR103's. There is the added bonus of the original user manual for this model.

The radio works very well and comes complete with 1 years gurantee, PP9 battery and free courier carriage.


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The Bush TR82L user manual, quite difficult to find, in very good condition

Hacker RP10 Herald (Early model) SOLD

This being the first series of the Hacker radio the RP10 having 4 identical knobs and originaly only in Royal red with dark knobs or this model Desert Beige with cream knobs.

The cabinet back is secured with by a single turnbuckle. The very earlist sets can be generally be distinguished by 6 nail (?) heads which show up as dark raised spots on top of the cabinet, easily visible on the Royal red, this model shows them as slightly raised against the body but with no staining.

The radio cover's the medium 190-560 metres and Longwave 1000-1850 metres and offeres a tone control that gives a good treble response with a added base increase on the higher switched ranges, added to this  1 watt audio output via a 8inch by 5 inch high impedance 30 ohm loudspeaker , you have a very usable early classic radio from a first class British manufacturer. Comes complete with new batterys, 2 off 9 volt

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Hacker RP10 Herald (Early model) SOLD

£70.00 SOLD

This being the first series of the Hacker radio the RP10 having 4 identical knobs and originaly only in Royal red with dark knobs or this model Desert Beige with cream knobs.

The cabinet back is secured with by a single turnbuckle. The very earlist sets can be generally be distinguished by 6 nail (?) heads which show up as dark raised spots on top of the cabinet, easily visible on the Royal red, this model shows them as slightly raised against the body but with no staining.

The radio cover's the medium 190-560 metres and Longwave 1000-1850 metres and offeres a tone control that gives a good treble response with a added base increase on the higher switched ranges, added to this  1 watt audio output via a 8inch by 5 inch high impedance 30 ohm loudspeaker , you have a very usable early classic radio from a first class British manufacturer. Comes complete with new batterys, 2 off 9 volt


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Rear view of the early model Hacker RP10, These modes were far more realiable than the later models using the AF series of transistors and a rather large PCB , as with any radio of this period some wear is visiable, but overall condition is very good, the case and Desert Beige covering has no splits or staining. The handle has some wear due to usage but again quite acceptable and did not require replacement.

Bush TR82D Circa 1963 (SOLD)

A very fine near perfect condition Bush TR82, even the plastic tuning dial is perfect. The condition would imply that this has been in storage for most of its life to look like this. Serial number 21332, when you compare the monthly production runs is not high and of course works great. Inside the cabinet again is very clean, and this is how i received it, the components are original with no need for replacing any of them. The history of these models and specification is on my website, but to aid you this model TR82 Mk2 was introduced with the AF series transistors and has the earphone socket to the left hand side with the same colour layout as the VTR103 VHF models.

Offering Medium wave and Long Wave broadcast bands. Comes complete with 1 years gurantee and PP9 battery

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Bush TR82D Circa 1963 (SOLD)

£75.00 SOLD

A very fine near perfect condition Bush TR82, even the plastic tuning dial is perfect. The condition would imply that this has been in storage for most of its life to look like this. Serial number 21332, when you compare the monthly production runs is not high and of course works great. Inside the cabinet again is very clean, and this is how i received it, the components are original with no need for replacing any of them. The history of these models and specification is on my website, but to aid you this model TR82 Mk2 was introduced with the AF series transistors and has the earphone socket to the left hand side with the same colour layout as the VTR103 VHF models.

Offering Medium wave and Long Wave broadcast bands. Comes complete with 1 years gurantee and PP9 battery


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Bush TR82D, with the rear cover removed, the rear cover again is like the front in excellent condition with no chips or markings. The claen chassis line indicates this has been well stored, overall a very fine example of the Ogle's classic design

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