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whats the value Atlas Radio #503196
Sun Jan 05 2014 07:36 PM
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what this worth

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Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: reinat] #503235
Sun Jan 05 2014 10:06 PM
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Display or Radio, small or standard size?

Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: Dick Bennett] #503239
Sun Jan 05 2014 10:25 PM
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Radio is missing one filler cap. Maybe $20 - $25 as is.


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Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: wfort39663] #503289
Mon Jan 06 2014 09:10 AM
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Complete radios sell at an average of $35-50. Knock off about 25% for missing parts. Knock off about 60% for broken units.


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Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: carolinaskies] #503294
Mon Jan 06 2014 09:36 AM
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Originally Posted By: carolinaskies
Complete radios sell at an average of $35-50. Knock off about 25% for missing parts. Knock off about 60% for broken units.


in other words, minimal.. cool


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Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: advertologist] #503315
Mon Jan 06 2014 10:31 AM
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its brandnew

Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: reinat] #503346
Mon Jan 06 2014 12:52 PM
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The old price of a piece of chewing gum when I was a kid was minimal at 1-cent. The radio is far above that amount.

You might check at Radio Shack for a nob to go on the radio.


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Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: carolinaskies] #503410
Mon Jan 06 2014 06:13 PM
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Brand New & missing Key parts. Radio Shack will not have the Correct parts, MAYBE generic replacement parts.

Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: reinat] #503420
Mon Jan 06 2014 07:02 PM
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Kind of a nice piece but its not complete and anyone giving a value will take that into account, even though it may be new. If good collectible radios sell around $50, then you will have to expect a major decrease for missing parts! Good luck

I talked with this collector on the phone earlier today, and they are very new in the hobby. they have access to a couple of older buildings with a lot of this type of item in them, and they have no clue as to todays value of these items and that's the reason for so many questions on average items! There is a large amount of material available to them, that they will be attempting to market, and a lot of it will come thru these pages. Have patience with them and treat them as you would have wished for back when you knew nothing about the hobby!


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Re: whats the value Atlas Radio [Re: K W FRITH] #503724
Tue Jan 07 2014 11:53 PM
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thanks for all information , got them all sold thanks


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