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This is a radio I recently completed. It is a Remler Model 5505. This radio was made in San Francisco but I purchased it in an antique shop in New Westminster. It is a standard AA5 radio, but I think the case styling sets it apart. Apparently, the same case was used for several years, and in several different configurations. I have included some “before” photos, as well as the “after”
Very nice job,in the restoration of the radio. I have not seen that model before, and I do like the simple design.
It look like a keeper.
Dan in Calgary
Very unique cabinet Ben – I can see why you were attracted to it. Remler used the Scottie mascot with many radios. Beautiful restoration and nice addition to your collection.
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