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Challenge Radios Beginning with "W"

Here are all the Challenge radios in the Archives with manufacturer's name beginning with the letter W.  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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         <- Waltham 28 - Bob Warren
         <- Ware T - Unattributed
         <- Watterson 4581 - Doyle Roberts
         <- Webcor E333-15 Musicale - Bob Warren
         <- Webcor EC-1071-1 (1953) - Matt Repa
         <- Webster 80 (1947) - Shuji Watanabe
         <- Webster 130 - Unattributed
         <- Wega 809-1 - Steven Sostrom
         <- Wega HiFi Super - Richard Brill
         <- Weimar 5340C - John Bartley
         <- Wells-Gardner 5A-25-S (1939) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Wells-Gardner 6A44 (1941) - Steve Tardi
         <- Wells-Gardner BC-348-Q - Unattributed
         <- Westclox Clock Transistor Radio - Bob Warren
         <- Western Air Patrol 268 - Nicolo Salerno
         <- Western Air Patrol 829-49976 - Ken Wright
         <- Western Electric 7-A - Jeff Goldsmith
         <- Western Electric 518-W - Bob Warren
         <- Western Radio Cointrola - Ben Martin
         <- Western Royal 1A62 (1941) - Bill Wheeler
         <- Western Royal 151 - Sonny Clutter
         <- Western Royal 642 - Tom Neely
         <- Westinghouse 5T130 - Steve Tardi
         <- Westinghouse 275 (Canada)- Sylvain Vanier
         <- Westinghouse 503T5B - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse 552B (1939) - Bob Latino
         <- Westinghouse 754X - Adam Mateyko
         <- Westinghouse B365 - Adam Mateyko
         <- Westinghouse B572-A - Sonny Clutter
         <- Westinghouse CR560 - Gary Ball
         <- Westinghouse DA - John Jenkins
         <- Westinghouse H-108 (1946) - Steven Sostrom
         <- Westinghouse H-110 - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H-122A (1946) - Mike Prieve
         <- Westinghouse H-125 (1945) - Jim Wassell
         <- Westinghouse H-130 - Charles Dittebrand
         <- Westinghouse H-148 - Don Maurer
         <- Westinghouse H-155 (1947) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse H-157 (1947) - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H162 - Lyndell Scott
         <- Westinghouse H-204 (1948) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse H-204 - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Westinghouse H-204A (1948) - Ben Martin
         <- Westinghouse H205L5 Spacesaver - Jim Gordon
         <- Westinghouse H-247 (1949) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Westinghouse H-310T5 (1950) - Greg Jewett
         <- Westinghouse H-318T5 - Sal Brisindi
         <- Westinghouse H-331P4U (1952) - Greg Mercurio
         <- Westinghouse H-336T5 - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H-337T5 - Bob Warren
         <- Westinghouse H-338T5U (1951) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse H345-T5 - Don Maurer
         <- Westinghouse H-351T7 - Sal Brisindi
         <- Westinghouse H-361T6 - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H-366T5 (1952) - Cliff Colson
         <- Westinghouse H-371T7 - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H390T7 (1953) - Steve Tardi
         <- Westinghouse H418T5 (1954) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Westinghouse H-422P4 (1957) - Steve Tardi
         <- Westinghouse H-434T5 - Joe Meinhardt
         <- Westinghouse H-435T5A - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H-476T5 - Will Daniels
         <- Westinghouse H-557P4 - Don May
         <- Westinghouse H637-T6 - Don Maurer
         <- Westinghouse H-648T4 (1958) - Tom Voegtli
         <- Westinghouse H-655P5 - Bob Warren
         <- Westinghouse H-656P5 - Bob Warren
         <- Westinghouse H-674T5 - Bob Warren
         <- Westinghouse H-677T4 - Bob Warren
         <- Westinghouse H-679T4 - Don Maurer
         <- Westinghouse H-683T5 - Brad Buck
         <- Westinghouse H693P8 (1958) - Steve Tardi
         <- Westinghouse H-700T5 - Will Daniels
         <- Westinghouse H-700T5A - Steve Adams
         <- Westinghouse H-707P6GPA - Steve Tardi
         <- Westinghouse H-716T5 (1960) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse H743 - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse H-753L5 - Robert Casey
         <- Westinghouse H-760T6 (1961) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse H-807T5 - Will Daniels
         <- Westinghouse H-811P8 - Gerald B. Straight
         <- Westinghouse H-816L5 - Jim Wassell
         <- Westinghouse H-820L5 - Will Daniels
         <- Westinghouse H-837L5 - Grand Canyon Tube Radio
         <- Westinghouse H864L6 - Kristopher Gunter
         <- Westinghouse H893P8GP - Chris Hollingsworth
         <- Westinghouse H-2021 (1948) - William Morris
         <- Westinghouse RPM5020A - Jim Gordon
         <- Westinghouse W13-29 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Westinghouse W955 - Adam Mateyko
         <- Westinghouse W1156X - Adam Mateyko
         <- Westinghouse WR-7 (1931) - Shuji Watanabe
         <- Westinghouse WR-8-R (1931) - Ron Potter
         <- Westinghouse WR-10 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Westinghouse WR-12 Columaire Jr. (1932) - Buzz Stone
         <- Westinghouse WR12X14 (1942) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Westinghouse WR-182 (1940) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse WR-211 (1936) - Cliff Bradford
         <- Westinghouse WR-214 (1937) - Michael Feldt
         <- Westinghouse WR-217 - Mark Nelson K8ZHD
         <- Westinghouse WR-228 - Unattributed
         <- Westinghouse WR-230 - Rick Botti
         <- Westinghouse WR-258 (1938) - Steve Fullmer
         <- Westinghouse WR-258 (1938) - Bob Latino
         <- Westinghouse WR-288 - Brian Beezley
         <- Westinghouse WR-552B - Bob Latino
         <- WEVO 852 - Joseph Cruz
         <- Wilcox Cathedral Grand - Julius Peitsch
         <- Wilcox Gay 6E20 Recordio - Don Maurer
         <- Wilcox Gay A-19 - Bob Warren
         <- Wilcox Gay A-33 (1937) - James LeFevre
         <- Wilcox Gay A-52 - John Goller
         <- Wilcox Gay Li'l Champ - Mike Herman
         <- Wilcox Gay Recordio Junior - Bob Warren
         <- Wilmak DENchum (1946) - Steve Tardi
         <- Windham 7 - Thomas Grondin
         <- Windham 1450 - Mark Toppo
         <- Windsor 2024 - Bob Warren
         <- Windsor 2085 - Jason Colombini
         <- Windsor 9801 - Jason Colombini
         <- Windsor DS-85 - Steven Sostrom
         <- Woolaroc 33A (1946) - James LeFevre
         <- World Wide PR 605 - Ken Gooding
         <- Worldmaster Deluxe - Nicolo Salerno
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