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Old 05-03-2013, 07:59 AM   #3124
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Originally Posted by M3-SRT8 View Post
For fun. I restore only the early, Post WW-II televisions.

When I receive them, they are usually dirty, dusty, and dead for at least 50 years.

Forgotten names, like DuMont, Admiral, Stromberg-Carlson, RCA Victor, Raytheon, Zenith, Philco, and more.

I'll be one of five featued speakers at the Early Television Foundation this May 17th, in Hilliard, Ohio. It's the nation's TV museum, showcasing the largest collection of vintage television in the world.


Sorry to thread hijak, but please please please start your own thread about this in Shiny Things!! I would love to see more pictures and learn how it's even possible to restore something like that.
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