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Challenge Radios Beginning with "K"

Here are all the Challenge radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the letter K.  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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         <- Kadette 21 (1937) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Kadette 35 - John Goller
         <- Kadette 41 - Lynn Toppo
         <- Kadette 90 (1935) - Mike Schultz
         <- Kadette 96 (1936) - Kenny Boyd
         <- Kadette 950 - John Goller
         <- Kadette 1932 - Chris Classens
         <- Kadette B (1933) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Kadette H (1932) - Mike Schultz
         <- Kadette Jewel (1935) - Mike Herman
         <- Kadette Jewel (1935) - Mike Herman
         <- Kadette Jewel 41 (1935) - Chris Classens
         <- Kadette Junior F (1933) - Lynn Toppo
         <- Kadette K-10 - Lynn Toppo
         <- Kadette K25 Clockette- Mark Toppo
         <- Kadette K25 26 27 28 - Catalinradio.com
         <- Kadette K25/K26/K27/K28 - Catalinradio.com
         <- Kadette K-150 (1934) - Chris Classens
         <- Kellogg 507 (1926) - Kirk Cline
         <- Kellogg 516 (1927) - Kirk Cline
         <- Kellogg RFL - Bob Warren
         <- Kemper K-5-2 (1927) - Western Historic Radio Museum
         <- Kenman 5 (1925) - Sonny Clutter
         <- Colin B. Kennedy V - Bob Hoke
         <- Colin B. Kennedy VI - Bob Hoke
         <- Colin B. Kennedy 52-A - Jeff Goldsmith
         <- Colin B. Kennedy 64 - Paul Turney
         <- Colin B. Kennedy Type 281/521 - Ward Kremer
         <- Colin B. Kennedy Type 440 (1934) - Bob Hoke
         <- Colin B. Kennedy XXX - Bob Hoke
         <- Kenwood 130-S - Ben Martin
         <- Kenwood KW-55A - Ron Potter
         <- King-Hinners 61 (1926) - Jaye Waas
         <- Knight 7721 - Larry Hillis
         <- Knight A9380 (1937) - Michael Feldt
         <- Knight A-9711 (1937) - Brad Matter
         <- Knight B10507 - Mark Toppo
         <- Knight H9807 - Mark Toppo
         <- Knight L55WL - Bob Horace
         <- Knight RZV-222 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Knight TR-53 (1939) - Bob Latino
         <- Kodel C-14 - Bob Warren
         <- Kolster 6D - Bob Hoke
         <- Kolster 6D (1926) - Keith Park
         <- Kolster 6E - Ken Gooding
         <- Kolster 6J - John Jenkins
         <- Kolster K6 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Kolster K20 (1928) - Art Hoch
         <- Kolster K48 - Keith Park
         <- Kolster K120 (1928) - Wyatt R. Knapp
         <- Korting Honoris 39W - Jorge Llacer
         <- Korting Supra Selector 51W - Vitor Campos
         <- Korting VE301-W (1933) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Koyo KR-4S1 Parrot - Sonny Clutter
         <- Koyo KTR-1661 - D. Bruce Champeon
         <- Kroehler 93B - John Goller
         <- KYO Skylark - Gerald B. Straight
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