Family selling off long-time collector's stuff

Family selling off long-time collector's stuff

Post by TwoMuttHead » Mon, 03 Aug 2009 12:52:26



Ray Kushnir was one of the nicest guys I knew. He passed on earlier
this year in Pueblo,CO, and left a boat-load of radios and all other
related items. He had a large store in downtown Pueblo packed floor to
ceiling, mostly quality radios. Sorry to see it sold off this way, but
I guess the family must have decided it was the best way. They are
using ebay name kushnir_radios and currently have several radios at
auction. One item is a nice 1936 Zenith 6-V-27 tombstone, item
#280377590288. I was thinking about dropping a 9 tube chassis in the
cabinet, but can't afford it.
 
 
 

Family selling off long-time collector's stuff

Post by John Goller, k9u » Tue, 04 Aug 2009 04:09:42


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>Ray Kushnir was one of the nicest guys I knew.  One item is a nice 1936

Zenith 6-V-27 tombstone, item

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>#280377590288. I was thinking about dropping a 9 tube chassis in the
>cabinet, but can't afford it.

Doing an AC Conversion on 6V27 is reasonably easy. lots of room inside
that *** box to house all the different parts.

They have some other nice radios up as well as this one. Someday that
will be most of the rest of us old farts.

John k9uwa

 
 
 

Family selling off long-time collector's stuff

Post by twomutthead » Tue, 04 Aug 2009 04:32:13


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> Doing an AC Conversion on 6V27 is reasonably easy. lots of room inside
> that *** box to house all the different parts.

> They have some other nice radios up as well as this one. Someday that
> will be most of the rest of us old farts.

> John k9uwa

There's dozens of consoles. I heard he kept his best stuff (Scotts,
etc) in a special room. I'm going to keep watching. I may find
something I can afford...it's a 90 minute drive for me.