We specialize in repairs and restorations of all makes of antique classic radios
For Sale or Wanted
Antique Radio & TV Shop
556 Weiler Line, Trout Creek, Ontario P0H 2L0, Canada
Fifty-five Years of Enthusiastic
We specialize in repairs and restorations of all makes of tube-type antique classic radios, table and console vintage radios, antique car or automobile radios, American, German, Canadian, British and European radios, old tube-type tuners, amplifiers and antique televisions. Do you have Blaupunkt, Grundig, Nordmende, Graetz, Loewe-Opta, Telefunken, RCA, Philco, Addison, Zenith, Radiomobile, Bentley or Scott? We repair them all, from A-Z.
We offer free estimates upon request on all repairs. Repairs are guaranteed for one full year on all parts and labour. What is done to your radio? click here
"Radio repairs are intricate maneuvers, which require precise timing, coupled with skillful execution". "Quote" ( from unknown author, me)
We have lots of radios for sale, in completely restored condition, with 1 year warranty and new restored radios are added up daily
Please click on Antique Radio sale on left side Thank you.
Here is our older web site, on the net since 1994.
Click here at http://radioman.swiftsite.com to see it.
Shop hours are Monday to Friday 10-12 a.m. and 2-6 p.m. Sat 10-12 a.m. and 2-4 p.m. EST. Phone (705) 723-5333 or e-mail us at by Contact me form few lines below.
Owned and operated by Tony and Tanya Bartunek
Radiodoctor make your radio
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Here is some information about the radios from past. From May 1934 article in Radio-Craft magazine, click here..
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