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Challenge Radios Beginning with "C"

Here are all the Challenge radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the letter C.  In those cases in which one model number is listed more than once, there were apparent variations in color, dial style/color, knobs, or year of manufacture in the images provided to the Archives.  Mouse-over the dot next to the model number to see a thumbnail image of the radio.  Click on the dot to see full-sized photograph(s) of the radio.  If you have any of these models and would like to send a series of new photos for the Archives, please do!  To see a different group of radios, click on a letter below to see radios beginning with that letter.

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         <- Cadillac M-20 - Bob Warren
         <- Califone 1010AV - Ben Martin
         <- Califone 1410K - Ben Martin
         <- California Radio Stores CR5 WG-144 - Jim Konop
         <- Candle JTR-1140 - Paul Reilly
         <- Candle PTR-62 - Terry Schwartz
         <- Candle PTR-85C - Terry Schwartz
         <- Candle PTR-93 - Terry Schwartz
         <- Candle TK-1848 - D. Bruce Champeon
         <- Candle VMS-1223 - Bob Warren
         <- Candle VMSS-1223 - D. Bruce Champeon
         <- Capehart 2C56 - Ben Martin
         <- Capehart 2T55 (1954) - Greg Mercurio
         <- Capehart 3T55E (1954) - Greg Mercurio
         <- Capehart 25N2 - Lyndell Scott
         <- Capehart 75C56 (1956) - Steve Tardi
         <- Capehart 88P66BNL (1955) - Jerry Talbott
         <- Capehart 213 - Bob Warren
         <- Capehart 413H Panamuse - John Goller
         <- Capehart 1009F - Garrett Lyang
         <- Capehart T30 - Unattributed
         <- Capehart T-54 (1954) - Ben Martin
         <- Capehart TC-101 - Fred Watson
         <- Cardinola 2N (1926) - Michael Feldt
         <- Cavalcade RS1A (1947) - Tom Voegtli
         <- CBS/CBS Columbia 541 - Bob Holmberg
         <- CBS/CBS Columbia 5165 (1954) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Century 412 - Mark Toppo
         <- Channel Master 6248 - Steve Tardi
         <- Channel Master 6459 (1959) - Steve Tardi
         <- Channel Master 6477 - Paul Reilly
         <- Channel Master 6506B - Bob Warren
         <- Channel Master 6507 - Jim Hauskins
         <- Channel Master 6537 - Paul Reilly
         <- Clapp-Eastham H-R (1922) - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Clarion 11011 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Clarion AC-220 - Mark Toppo
         <- Clarion C100 (1946) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Clarion C-104 - Charles Dittebrand
         <- Clarion C-105A (1946) - Jon Stanley
         <- Clear Tone P211 (1959) - Steve Tardi
         <- Climax 256 (1937) Monarch- RadiosPhonos.com
         <- Clinton 153 - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Clinton TT-52 - Greg Putrich
         <- Cockaday LC-26 - Bob Warren
         <- Collins 32S-3 - Ben Martin
         <- Collins 388URR - Dennis Stopher
         <- Collins R-388 - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Collins R390A - Paul Shinn
         <- Colonial 300 (1933) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Colonial 604 (1934) - Jason Colombini
         <- Columbia 960 (1928) - Bill Wheeler
         <- Columbia C-615 - Steve Adams
         <- Commodore 744 - Bob Warren
         <- Commodore TW-120 - Bob Warren
         <- Conar 400 Transmitter- Kristopher Gunter
         <- Conar 500 Receiver- Kristopher Gunter
         <- Concord 6E51B (1947) - Robert Haworth
         <- Conserton V701 (1960) - Asger Hunov
         <- Constellation 1126-B - Unattributed
         <- Constellation Santa-Maria - Art Hoch
         <- Constellation Transistor 6 - Bob Warren
         <- Continental 1600-NL - Jim Hauskins
         <- Continental AM7 (1936) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Continental M5125 (1935) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Co-Op R-546 - Lynn Toppo
         <- Coronado 05RA33-43-8120A (1950) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Coronado 35RA33- 9856 - Unattributed
         <- Coronado 43-835 (1947) - Steve Tardi
         <- Coronado 43-8145 - Rex Berry
         <- Coronado 43-8312 - Cliff Colson
         <- Coronado 45RA37 - Tom Voegtli
         <- Coronado 47LL - Jon Stanley
         <- Coronado 128 (1947) - Bob Latino
         <- Coronado 527 - Unattributed
         <- Coronado 540 - Bill Hutchinson
         <- Coronado 550 - Eddie Brimer
         <- Coronado 575 - Greg Putrich
         <- Coronado 585 (1935) - Mark Toppo
         <- Coronado 636 - Bill Hutchinson
         <- Coronado 650 - Bill Hutchinson
         <- Coronado 675 - Steve Adams
         <- Coronado 690B (1937) - Ken Gooding
         <- Coronado 745B - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Coronado 761A - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Coronado 807-B - Unattributed
         <- Coronado 1040A - Jason Colombini
         <- Coronado BRC636 - Terry Schwartz
         <- Coronado C4B16 - Tom Boyd
         <- Coronado C6D16 - Bob Latino
         <- Coronado Jester - Greg Mercurio
         <- Coronet C-2 - Mark Toppo
         <- Corsair 196 - Ben Martin
         <- CRC Jewel - Mark Toppo
         <- Cromwell 1020 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 4C1 - Glenn Lawson
         <- Crosley V (1922) - Donald Ignatius
         <- Crosley 9-103 - Paul Turney
         <- Crosley 9-106 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 9-212 - Lyndell Scott
         <- Crosley 10-102E - Tammy Stewart
         <- Crosley 10-136E (1950) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Crosley 10-139 (1950) - Jim Dennis
         <- Crosley 11 (Mexico)- Tom Neely
         <- Crosley 11-115U (1953) - Greg Jewett
         <- Crosley 11-118U (1951) - Steven Dean
         <- Crosley 11-125U - Art Hoch
         <- Crosley 11-305U - Bob Warren
         <- Crosley 11-1070 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 20 Fiver - Keith Park
         <- Crosley 20AP - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 21 - Bob Warren
         <- Crosley 22AS Fiver - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Crosley 22CA - Lyndell Scott
         <- Crosley 24AJ - John Goller
         <- Crosley 24AV (1940) - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 37 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley 51 - Jorge Llacer
         <- Crosley 51 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 52 - Darold Jones
         <- Crosley 52P (1924) - Ron Potter
         <- Crosley 52TF (1942) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Crosley 52TF - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 52TH (1940) - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 52-TH - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Crosley 52TL - Steve Adams
         <- Crosley 54 - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Crosley 56TA - Greg Armstrong
         <- Crosley 56-TGO - Bill Hutchinson
         <- Crosley 56TN - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Crosley 56TN-L - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 56TV (1949) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Crosley 56TW - Lee Desrosiers
         <- Crosley 57 Mate - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 58-TH - Jerry Speaks
         <- Crosley 58TW - Jim Dennis
         <- Crosley 59 Oracle (1931) - Rex Berry
         <- Crosley 61 - OldRadioZone.com
         <- Crosley 68TA (1948) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Crosley 74 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 86CS - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley 88CR - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley 124 Playtime - Greg Armstrong
         <- Crosley 125 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 148 - Donald Ignatius
         <- Crosley 158 - OldRadioZone.com
         <- Crosley 159 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley 167 (1934) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Crosley 167 (1936) - Ben Martin
         <- Crosley 176 Travette - RadiosPhonos.com
         <- Crosley 182 Travette Moderne (1932) - Rich Skoba
         <- Crosley 437A - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley 516A (1936) - Kenny Boyd
         <- Crosley 517 (1937) - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 517 (1937) - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley 517 (1938) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Crosley 517A - Robert Haworth
         <- Crosley 519-E - Doyle Roberts
         <- Crosley 608 Gembox - Jim Worden
         <- Crosley 616 - Donald Ignatius
         <- Crosley 638-A (1937) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Crosley 655 (1935) - Bob Horace
         <- Crosley 656 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 706 - John Brautlacht
         <- Crosley 715 - Glenn Lawson
         <- Crosley 726 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley 818-A - Keith Park
         <- Crosley 819M - Lyndell Scott
         <- Crosley 1018M "Ten" (1936) - Bob Horace
         <- Crosley 1122 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley 1526 (1946) - Joe Verville
         <- Crosley 5516 - Paul Turney
         <- Crosley 5628A - Greg Armstrong
         <- Crosley 19990-D - Thomas Grondin
         <- Crosley AC-7 - Bill Wheeler
         <- Crosley B548A (1939) - Jim Wassell
         <- Crosley B579A (1938) - Art Hoch
         <- Crosley B695 (1936) (636)- Michael Feldt
         <- Crosley B2464 (1946) - Paul Reilly
         <- Crosley Bandbox - Unattributed
         <- Crosley D10CE - Tom Neely
         <- Crosley D-10WE - Tom Neely
         <- Crosley D25 (1951) - Lynn Toppo
         <- Crosley D-25E (1953) - Greg Jewett
         <- Crosley Dual 10 - Eddie Brimer
         <- Crosley Dynacone Type E - Bill Jeffrey
         <- Crosley Dynatrol 11 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley E-10BE (1953) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Crosley E-20-GY (1953) - Cliff Colson
         <- Crosley E-20TN - RadiosPhonos.com
         <- Crosley E-75TN (1953) - Greg Mercurio
         <- Crosley F-5MY Graduate - Mark Malin
         <- Crosley F25 - Ben Martin
         <- Crosley F-25BE - Bob Warren
         <- Crosley Fiver - John Brautlacht
         <- Crosley Fiver - Bob Holmberg
         <- Crosley Fiver (1938) - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley G165B (1946) - John Hartman
         <- Crosley G-1465 - Mark Toppo
         <- Crosley J21-A8 - Brad Buck
         <- Crosley J21-AQ (1941) - Bob Latino
         <- Crosley J619 (1939) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Crosley JM-8GN - Sonny Clutter
         <- Crosley JT-4 (1955) - Paul Shinn
         <- Crosley M53 - Unattributed
         <- Crosley Monitor TA56M (1948) - Bob Latino
         <- Crosley RFL - Bob Hoke
         <- Crosley Serenader - Rich Skoba
         <- Crosley Super 11 - John Goller
         <- Crosley Super Trirdyn - Bob Hoke
         <- Crosley Trirdyn - Ron Potter
         <- Crosley Trirdyn - Unattributed
         <- Crosley XJ (1924) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Cutting & Washington 12-A (1922) - Bob Hoke
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