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1937 Lincoln Zephyr superheterodyne phlico model L-1560 Radio Needs new home!!


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I have been storing this in the garage way too long!!.....................................<<<<<<<< SOLD

Someone here must be in need of this beauty.

1938 L-1560 Lincoln Zephyr Radio...........<< DATE CORRECTION


FS / or trade

interests : Motorized bicycles pre 1950's

Bicycles form the late 1890's



in California





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Hello Fred, It looks a very nice radio and is actually a 1938. The radio itself is very similar to a 1937 but the control head is different and this one is a 1938. If it is useful to any purchaser I have a set of installation instructions that I could copy or scan. Regards....Colin Spong (England)

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Thanks for the offer but I already have a radio installed although it is trashed. No speaker either. Even though my former life of making a living was as an electronic techie (at least that is how it started out) I really don't want to spend the time to bring it back for AM. My thinking is to use the head or control unit in a secretive fashion and modern radio to get the 50's and 60's tunes I like. When I finish with the '38 it will have a number of modern things going on where no one can see. I can't afford a full on to original restoration. No, it will not be a street rod.

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What are you asking for it? I have 38 coupe all original, just got first aaca preservation award.

Thanks for your interest C. Douglas Johnson I'm asking 100 + shipping but JimZepher pm me first. If he declines its yours.

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