Update on our progress on the custom built Masterwork Colorset for NBC News
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Just finished restoring & converting this ’58 Westinghouse 21″ Stratovision in Blonde. Custom configured with HDMI.
The Latest Stellar Masterwork Series Retro Color TV based on the 1957 Motorola 21K126B. Full 1 year warranty, HDMI ready with remote control and functional front power button. 3 month layaway available! Shown on display at Googietime Fabulous Fifties Furnishings inside the Midway Antique Mall.
Well, we’ve finally come around to the final wrap-up on the Zenith Porthole “Aldrich” sent in by Richard G. from New Zealand. If you haven’t already, I hope you’ll also enjoy the first and second parts: Part 1 Part 2 We received the cabinet back from Lance over at Nook n Cranny Refinishing much faster
You might never see one of these again. A customer brought in this 1957 Hornyphon TV for a complete electronic rebuild. We will be going through and replacing every capacitor, resistor, diode, and any necessary tubes in this TV. Hornyphon (or, Horny for short) was the Austrian division of Philips. The set adheres to the
Sorry I’ve been away- this time of year is always jam packed with jobs needing to get done before Christmas. The good news is, after December 25th I should have a great deal of time to get back on some of the in-depth and long-term restorations. You might remember the estate of a TV collector
Just finished servicing these two stunning Philco Predictas for Hepcat Restorations. The larger floor model, known colloquially as the “Barber Pole” or “Pedestal” was 98% bone stock and I was impressed that it was working at all with so many original components though with a ‘squeezed’ picture (poor vertical deflection.) After discussing the options, I
The very first commercially available post-WWII consumer television set. Just a peek at the ’46 RCA that’s on the bench. Chassis has been restored and the set has beautiful video but I’m giving a shout out to some other techs for some help with the audio. Once that is fixed everything will be perfect.
Have you ever seen a 1950s color TV set? This amazing 1958 RCA CTC-7 series came up for sale on ebay out of San Jose. These early round screen TVs are very unusual, and only the very wealthy could afford to own such a set in the ’50s. Color broadcasts did not become regular until
New video electronics installed and set is displaying a picture! This Olympic used a very unusual 24″ black and white picture tube… when most TVs of the era were 21″ this was a king-sized model. There was no way to prevent the small bits of the top and bottom of the new picture tube from