|LA6NCA WW2 RADIO PAGE
Serial 11678, 1943
|I bought this radio for a
cheap price on NRHF auction.
I could see that it was not so nice, but it was much worse.
|It came with a great battery box.|
|When I got it on the lab table began entire faceplate to collapse.|
|It was absolutely
ridiculous. more and more fall off.
|Finally when the entire
faceplate had fell apart, I managed to pull the parts out
of the box.
I was very excited if there was anything inside this ugly radio.
|Here I have taken out the
It is in amazing good condition.
|Each component is marked
with a unique number.
This number can be found in the electrical diagram and the component list.
The small numbers, the node number, can be found in the electrical diagram..
|The amplifier seen from the
Great casting technique on this too.
|Coil turret was also in great condition.|
|Here are some of coil boxes
Watch the wonderful cast pieces.
|This is the RF section with three tubes.|
|Here we see the tuning mechanism and the top contacts that is against the spool turret.|
|RF section as seen from the other side.|
together the radio with new front plate.
|I posted pictures of the
radio under "NEW RADIO" on my website.
Dejan from Serbia looked at my side and sent me a new front plate.
Here's the front plate I got in the mail.
|It is not quite nice, but it is unbroken.|
|I have now begun to assemble
parts on the new front plate.
It is amazing to see how everything fits. Everything has an accuracy of 1/10 mm.
|I have installed all signs
and electronics to the front plate.
The result was very nice.
|Here are the components in
The result was fantastic fine.
This is one of the best Torn.E.b I have.
There was a lot of work but it was fun when the results were so nice.