ArvinIndustriesInc Vintage Transistor AM/FM Radio Alarm Clock (Multiple Models)

"Arvin entered the transistor radio business in late 1956 and 1957 with an interesting line-up of what are now very collectible models." -PreservingArvin

Company Information (PreservingArvin); http://www.preservingarvin.com/early-transistor-radios.html

Online Store (eBay); http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?ff3=4&pub=5575539685&toolid=10001&campid=5338598986&customid=&mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fitm%2F1965-MOTOROLA-AM-RADIO-MODEL-AT31BE-BROWN-TUBE-RADIO-MADE-IN-USA-works%2F153631336742%3F_trkparms%3Dispr%253D1%26hash%3Ditem23c5242926%3Ag%3A6lAAAOSwZFtdcCx0%26enc%3DAQAEAAACUBPxNw%252BVj6nta7CKEs3N0qXazc%252FligRonkfymmsy4sta7VMxCF83Y9O2etoIEgNuH6uzz9IWtKHINgMT8Phzn2ovfG8rvRmshtRl8s5VX6YnoonINGkYfBYpL%252BA3SRdIN6kV1bmDphplHRtqI4hYdfOqlAR0RBbmaMk3pcfE5JM48Oio3sYITEilyDu%252BPPq%252F4nGmsJNmIuvrzyZgSlG4P1Zaa4YV19BjZYKIZD2ffKwPrgcASjeaC%252Br%252Buuouy7xZ9U9qn0%252B%252BkgNkEftnf6LkXSSboYY7i%252B3HuIDTNIE3b6ikCOJqJ3SOu22MpdtgEnPBTMTq4AsOrWvQhYLY1Q9j4oysQZw%252FiLADDELemV9mRoj76OW1LgfxVBXr3MZ9UtEd5LBAV2Plwc4g6upykos%252B16eiskqKenzJUuhSdoAtcO0WuYxtzpn4uhhGPnB80ZiOUftgQ5%252FWz2oLIbTMa403MysvFJylestiLAKPHVdVnO8Du5kMY%252FH6G0tbkYq6W1O%252F%252Be1k%252BQMkQhiCV99RnZmgBmhPh0zww7l2Y9UHc3%252BoOuYqdtIhPTbd8VAZ5GMXWpphvQxrrA%252ByNBQgyVetFkKPvkqiE6ujIn8nZk7Pnh6rklC2xab4MYDgCvA2kdgxMJn6Lw5NpW6kBqDyBCg2BB3l8E%252BMpZS9W1YTo0KLh3a02ZoA7Ts9rJuY8QisB0GIWTkrR8Xdwqp9b7nhXI8ATndvPBl2IHXOjHZowtfgJ7KHPTjrIxjDP2wNCdnvidTY8se0y%252FgK4TJrNoT1U8j3zzWDSv4%253D%26checksum%3D1536313367421a512ef8d8dd4a00803ec2b11277c785

Product Review; "Finding an affordable US made Radio can be more difficult than you think. Made of many tiny, labor-intensive components and ubiquitous companies make having a small-electronics company an uphill challenge. Rather than giving-in and buying some import, I looked to EBay for older models and was able to pick up a great old Arvin Transistor Radio for less than $20. Highly collectable and well-built machines, many are still working fine all these decades later. It turns out, they really don't make them like they used to." -MadeInUSAReview