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This chassis appears with an air of 800B ??
I've been working on the Scott mystery chassis below. I have uploaded several additional photos. Chrome can be very hard to photograph! The next time I take photos of this chassis will be in daylight without a flash and hopefully the dial mechanism and a reproduction dial scale will be installed. Anyway, I welcome new opinions regarding this chassis.
This capehart are from 1932:
This Paillard R5 are from 1942:
¿If it is not possible to find one 1936 recordchanger for the 1936 AW23,what of these two phono are more acceptable for this fine console?
It has room for a phonograph, but this cabinet just has the board in place in the top (on hinges). If I find a good period unit, I may add a phono at a later date.
This Nelson has phonograph in the top?
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