classic radio shop
212 Roughton Road
Cromer. Norfolk NR27 9LQ
close to Roughton Road station
Phone: +44 01263 519278
Note. call the main line first as the mobile is on only occasionally.
contact Mark at
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.
Our comprehesive workshop can repair, service or restore and align FM as well as AM valve or transistor radio's from the 1930's to the 1970's. With all the comprehensive service tools at hand identifying faults pending circuit diagram use normaly only takes an hour or 2.
With an hourly rate of £10.00 plus parts, everything is at a cost effective rate to suit you.
We can after repair continue with a extensive overall, including checking each valve via a comprehensive tester as well as electronically testing the capacitors under load, for continued use.
Some of the radio's just been repaired, or waiting parts for internal use as well as clients.
From start to finish due to work load, an average repair takes between 7 to 10 days.
Fully restoration including french-polishing the case and repairs to the case work average around 4 - 6 weeks
Fixed prices can also be quoted for a comprehensive service program for your radio receiver prices based via certain decades .
1960's - 1970's............£75
This is repair, service IF alignment and replacement of known faulty components, allowing long term use of your radio receiver. Included electrical check list with results of the alignment tests, like giving your radio a MOT; Ask for details.
I CAN ARRANGE TO HAVE YOUR RADIO PICKED UP FROM THE SAFETY OF YOUR HOME AND RETURNED THE NEXT DAY AFTER SERVICE/REPAIRS HAVE BEEN COMPLETED.
Early 1930's GEC TRF receiver arrived in the workshop for restoration, updated photo's will be given as progress continues. We have asked the client if they would prefer the original paper capacitors (cardboard box types) lower right of the chassis to be re-used by fitting new modern smaller ones into a copy of the original case. These were in fact replacements from the larger original replaced i would say in the late 1940's
See our period components range, though early days;
All radio's are specially tested on the bench, while monitoring current drawn against voltage when first checked after visual tests have been undertaken for safety and to ensure no damage to the receiver.