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 Airzone restoration article is finished
 Return to top of page · Post #: 1 · Written at 16:42 on 17 April 2006.
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I have finally finished the article relating to the restoration of the cabinet of a 1940's Airzone mantel receiver. Please click on Restore Airzone in the left menu to read the complete article which is over three pages. Previously I made mention of a plan to give this website a makeover. This is next cab off the rank and should take place before the end of May if I can get some other web projects out of the road in the mean time.


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Brad.

A valve a day keeps the transistor away...


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