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Once this work is complete, the next task will be a complete review of all static content. Much of this does receive a regular update though some has existed unchanged since the site first appeared in 2003. Please be patient as things get finalised.

Receiver of the week

Receiver of the week - Philco
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Brand: Philco.
Model: .
Valves: 1C7G, 1M5G, 1K7G, 1L5G.
Year of manufacture: 1946.
Place of manufacture: Camperdown, NSW.

Time and Date

Official time: 23:12 (GMT + 11)
Saturday, 21st October, 2017.

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