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.