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    Posted 10 years ago

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    its a zenith stereophonic high fidelity am/fm radio
    i know its old i do not know how old
    i have never seen one like this in this good of condition
    iwould like to know how much its worth
    i would like to know every thing about it

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    1. Bigfisherman1, 10 years ago
      if any one knows anything about this item pleas let me know
    2. helena, 10 years ago
      it reminds me of the ones in the early 70s
    3. hoosierpicker, 10 years ago
      Is there a model number anywhere?
    4. Savoychina1 Savoychina1, 10 years ago
      Typically, in thrift stores, you are looking at $25 to $50 at best. Not popular due to size. Generally have a warm, rich sound due to the wood surround. Here's a site that might help with I.D.
    5. Bigfisherman1, 10 years ago
      The operating guide it came with has four models listed on it-y931-y932-y934-andy936
    6. Bigfisherman1, 10 years ago
      I found out what year my friends grandmas dad bought it he bought it in year 1961
    7. hoosierpicker, 10 years ago
      All I have found on it is that it was made between 1960 and 1966, so your inforation verifies my research. If you don't want the stereo, you may want to dismantle it and sell the pieces. It's extremely difficult to sell one of these units due to the very high price of shipping. In order to ship it correctly, you need to use a van line, like Atlas or Mayflower. This would cost around $500. I have removed the amplifier and turntables from some tube type consoles and sold them seperately for $25 to $50 each. Good luck. Tom
    8. jaylen, 10 years ago
      i have this same model and it was built in 1968
    9. Mike, 9 years ago
      I have one. Grew up with it. Parents were orginal owners. New in 1967-68. Very good shape. Sorry to understand that it is only worth $25-$50
    10. mthees, 5 years ago
      I have a very similar model. I think yours is the x390 or x392. I think my grandparents said they bought theirs in 196-something... It is not worth a lot of money probably, because sound systems in general aren't but it is definitely a beautiful piece of furniture if it is in working condition. Put a tray and some glassware/scotch on it and let the conversations start themselves...

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