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1937 Cord Radio Booklet

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23 Feb 2021 18:41 - 23 Feb 2021 21:00 #42377 by Terry Cockerell
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I have a copy of the radio installation booklet for my 1936 Cord however does anybody have one they could share for 1937 model Cords. I know the radios changed so would expect the 1937 models to have a different booklet.


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25 Feb 2021 05:01 #42418 by Jonathan Richards
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Terry: What I have in the way of a Cord Radio Booklet appears to be the same for which you have shown the title page of an eight (8) page undated publication by The Auburn Automobile Company. My copy is pretty obviously a copy and not an original. The eight pages are on six (6) 8 1/2" x 11" sheets and include text and diagrams. Additionally there are two similar sheets , also 8 1/2" x 11" , entitled " CORD 810-812 RADIO" by A. A. Goldman . This includes schematic diagrams of the Model A-455 & A-555 radios and parts lists. Mr. Goodman and John McGowan concluded that these radios were manufactured by Crosley. I have no knowledge of a radio booklet specific for the later Philco model radios used on the Model 812s. I hope things are well with you "Down Under", Jack Richards

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25 Feb 2021 05:32 #42420 by Terry Cockerell
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Hello Jack, great to hear from you. After Pete Kelly posted the sheets on the Fog Lamps I sent copies to the Connersville Museum as they have a 1937 Cord equipped with Fog Lamps. I also sent a copy of the radio booklet and realised it was for my 1936 model. The exercise was to see if a separate one was made for the 1937 models fitted with Philco radios. Say hi to Leslie from, Gai, Zoey and I
We are doing very well down here with the borders essentially closed.
I pray that the vaccines work to suppress the insidious virus.

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08 Jun 2021 10:17 #43312 by aldonsaaleta
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awesome, i'm doing research on this topic too, i'm learning about national radio station rne. I think the year it was born was similar, Its history is constantly evolving, today it is available on online platforms like emisorasderadioonline.es/

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10 Jun 2021 00:40 #43319 by wcoye
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only slightly apropos I'm lucky to have a '36 radio which works. The only problem is there isn't much in the way of AM radio here in Raleigh. At least, imho, worth listening to.

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19 Jun 2021 17:19 #43358 by A.S. KOLLER
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While on the topic of radios, I have a Philco radio for my 37 Beverly.
The tag reads SUPERTHETERODYNE MODEL A-144, CODE 121.
The radio needs repair and I have spent a considerable mount of money with a reputed expert in Cord radios to no avail.
While mane new parts were installed the radio still does not work.
Do any of you out there have knowledge of a reliable radio repair service for these radios in the USA.
Thanks
Steve Koller

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