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Fairbanks Morse 57
Fairbanks Morse 57
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This radio is a "toaster" style with closed back and vents on the sides. I was attracted to the beautiful back-lit dial and smooth tuning mechanism. As found, there was no dial cover but there were some tacks on the periphery inside the dial opening so I guessed that the original had a dial cover. The new dial cover is shown installed. I replaced the grill cloth and now to find some original knobs...

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