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Philco Radio PC Found this old Philco Radio in an indoor thrift store (owned by the hardware store located next store) called the Serendipity Room a y...
Pictures of Philco Radio when it was purchased
Carefully removed the original Philco Radio (label inside said Philco) sanded everything by hand.
Empty radio case. While testing how the empty computer chassis fit in the empty radio case, realized a more solid mount was required for the computer ...
Refinishing the wood case using polyurethane stain. But after putting on the second coat of polyurethane stain wasn't content with the finish so I lig...
Light and switch panel installed in the case, the inside view (faces the computer inside) of the light and switch panel. Outside view of the light and...
The original radio dial glass was used along with the original knobs. The knob hole was half round because there was a metal tab inside it, I took nee...
Completed pictures. One goal was to keep some of the original nicks and scratches to make the case look old radio. I created this Instructable to assi...
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