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Challenge Radios Beginning with "H"

Here are all the Challenge radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the letter H.  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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         <- Hacker Aviemore - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Hallicrafters 5R13 (1951) - Greg Jewett
         <- Hallicrafters 5R14 - Robert Casey
         <- Hallicrafters 5R18 - John Balliett
         <- Hallicrafters 5R31 - Ron Banks
         <- Hallicrafters 5R34 (1951) - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Hallicrafters 5R40 (1950) - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Hallicrafters 5R41 - Ron Banks
         <- Hallicrafters 5R42 - Gerald B. Straight
         <- Hallicrafters 7R10 (1952) - Ben Martin
         <- Hallicrafters 51C1A (1955) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Hallicrafters 612 - Robert Casey
         <- Hallicrafters 83131 Sky Buddy- Jim Sute
         <- Hallicrafters AT-1 Atom (1953) - Charles Kent
         <- Hallicrafters Continental - Conrad Field
         <- Hallicrafters DD-1 Skyrider Dual Diversity (1938) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Hallicrafters EC113 (1947) - Ben Martin
         <- Hallicrafters S-19R (1939) - Ben Martin
         <- Hallicrafters S27 - Richard Morrison
         <- Hallicrafters S29 - Gerald B. Straight
         <- Hallicrafters S-38DM - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Hallicrafters S-38EB - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Hallicrafters S-38EM Mark 2 - Sal D'Ambra
         <- Hallicrafters S40D - Dennis Stopher
         <- Hallicrafters S-41G - Art Hoch
         <- Hallicrafters S-53 - Paul Shinn
         <- Hallicrafters S-72 - Dave Schmarder
         <- Hallicrafters S-72 - John Brautlacht
         <- Hallicrafters S-76 - Unattributed
         <- Hallicrafters S-81 (1951) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Hallicrafters S-94 - Unattributed
         <- Hallicrafters S-108 - Jim Shemansky
         <- Hallicrafters Sky Challenger (early) - Fred Louwe
         <- Hallicrafters SX-9 - Conrad Field
         <- Hallicrafters SX-11 - Brian Hill
         <- Hallicrafters SX-17 - Brian Hill
         <- Hallicrafters SX-25 - Brian Hill
         <- Hallicrafters SX-42 - Brian Hill
         <- Hallicrafters SX-62 - Richard Morrison
         <- Hallicrafters SX-111 - Terry Judkins
         <- Hallicrafters TW-100a - Gerald B. Straight
         <- Hallicrafters TW-500 - Gerald B. Straight
         <- Hallicrafters WR-600 - Bob Horace
         <- Halson 05 - Glenn Lawson
         <- Halson T5 - Paul Turney
         <- Hamilton-Ross Tela-Time - Mike Schultz
         <- Hammarlund Comet Pro (1933) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Hammarlund Hi-Q - Bob Warren
         <- Hammarlund Hi-Q Six - Bob Warren
         <- Hammarlund HQ100 (1957) - Steve Tardi
         <- Hammarlund HQ-100C - Unattributed
         <- Hammarlund HQ-120X (1940) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Hammarlund HQ-129X (1946) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Hammarlund HQ-140-X - Jeff Goldsmith
         <- Hammarlund HX-50 - Ben Martin
         <- Hammarlund SP-200-SX Super Pro (1940) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Harlie 6001 - Bob Warren
         <- Hartman Single Six - Unattributed
         <- Heathkit DX-20 (1957) - John Hartman
         <- Heathkit EK-2 - Paul Turney
         <- Heathkit GC-1A Mohican- Nicolo Salerno
         <- Heathkit GR-43A - Chris Hollingsworth
         <- Heathkit GR-54 - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Heathkit GR-64 - Ron Potter
         <- Heathkit GR-1008 - Bob Warren
         <- Heathkit SB-300 - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Herald PL-415C - Bob Warren
         <- Herofon Petite FM-FO (1960) - Asger Hunov
         <- Hi-Mu HI-MU - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Hitachi TH-862-R (1959) - Steve Tardi
         <- Hitachi TH-900 (1965) - Steve Tardi
         <- HMV 2114 - Roger Smith
         <- HMV 2148 - Roger Smith
         <- Hoffman 8303 - Gary Froehlich
         <- Hoffman KP-706 (1959) - Bob Warren
         <- Hoffman Mission Bell (1946) - Bob Latino
         <- Hoffman P-P410 - Sonny Clutter
         <- Holiday III - Ben Martin
         <- Holiday KTF-1158 - Ben Martin
         <- Holiday Transistor 10 - Steve Tardi
         <- Hornyfon 1 - Vitor Campos
         <- Howard 118 - Tom Boyd
         <- Howard 225 - Bob Warren
         <- Howard 436A (1942) - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Howard 474 (1948) - Richard Smardzewski
         <- Howard 718 - Jon Stanley
         <- Howard 780 - Richard Smardzewski
         <- Howard 901A-I - Steve Adams
         <- Howard 906 - Dave Hurt
         <- Howard 906 - Richard Smardzewski
         <- Howard E259 - Bob Horace
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