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PostPosted: Jul Sat 14, 2007 9:38 pm 
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Anyone have a value for this model. I need a price range. Thanks

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1005 is a chassis used in a number of different models of varying values. Most commonly seen in the 10S464 console with a value of roughly $100 or so in low average condition. The 10S452 chairside and the 10S443 table set maybe more like $300 and the very stylish 10S470 console maybe $600. Also two radio-phono consoles, 491 and 492. Find out which set this is before committing. :)

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PostPosted: Jul Mon 16, 2007 9:49 pm 
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I paid 46.00 dollars for it the consol am/fm need a new dial string.

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Chassis 1005 isn't an AM/FM console, it's AM/shortwave.

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You never did say which model the radio was. A 10-S-464 I'm assuming? $46 is a great price for a 10-tube '40 Zenith. As Paul said, the radio is AM with two shortwave bands.

Also, this radio uses a tuning belt, not a string.

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PostPosted: Jul Wed 18, 2007 12:01 am 
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10 s464 consol. Thanks for all info

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