Callaway Clock Repair
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Ours is a unique business dedicated to the restoration of ANTIQUE CLOCKS and VINTAGE ELECTRONICS. We specialize in servicing antique radios, early Hi-Fi, amplifiers and turntables. We also restore antique test equipment and are now servicing tube-type car and truck radios as well as beginning to do some speedometer and gauge cluster re-furbishing.

Callaway Clock and Antique Radio Service is open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 12-5 and Saturday 10-3 also by appointment. We are located at the gateway to the Northwoods, one of Wisconsin's most scenic vacation areas offering year-round recreational activities. When planning a trip to the Northwoods, remember to bring your clock or vintage radio into the shop so it will be ready when you are ready to return home.

All shop work is done on secure premises and is fully guaranteed.

Customers who desire to pick up completed work at the shop or have requested a house call, payment in full is due at the time service is rendered. Payment for mail order work or retail sales is due within 10 CALENDAR days of invoice or a $20 late payment will be assessed. Mail order customers are responsible for ALL charges including postage, handling

While spending the day "picking" clocks and radios, without much success, in our local salvage yard south of Antigo, Wi., my pitbull, Shasta, and I, late in the afternoon "stumbled" onto a vintage 1956 Packard Patrician which Shasta pointed out had been "rusticating" since 1959. Despite having resided in the yard for 53 years, many good parts remain

During the summer of 1983, I assisted in the installation of a GATES 25 KW transmitter at radio station KBHB, Sturgis, S.D. The transmitter in operation was a 1949 RCA BTA-5F 5KW. The transmitter was purchased by station owner, Les Kleven, when he put KBHB on the air in 1963. KBHB operates on frequency 810 KC. The old RCA operated on 580 KC. The original

This is a 7-tube 3-band radio with broadcast, medium and short-wave bands. When band is switched, an individual lamp lights behind the band in order to indicate which band is selected. The knobs are bakelite, but the escutshon is metal. Tenite, a plastic like substance was introduced two years later as it was less expensive than metal to construct.

The "Miracle" by Airline was manufactured by Belmont Radio Corporation and sold by Montgomery-Ward. This is a 5-tube AC unit, c. 1938, with plascon case. Plascon material is subject to hairline cracking. Thus the case must be well-ventialated as this one is in order to withstand intense heat from the tubes. Belmont manufactured high-quality radios,

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