[Airline 62-325]

Airline 62-320, 1939   Ivory Plaskon

[Airline 62-325]

Airline 62-325, 1939   Brown Bakelite

Approximately nine inches / 23 cm wide.  These two radios differ only in the plastic material used for the cabinet.

Tube complement: 6J7 mixer/oscillator, 6J7 detector, 25L6G audio output, 25Z6G rectifier, L55B ballast.

Like its chassis mate, the Whelco A-11, this radio uses a superheterodyne circuit, but there's no IF amplifier stage.  Because of this cost-cutting measure, the radio lacks sensitivity and is suitable for local-station reception only.

[Montgomery Ward catalog page]
From the Montgomory Ward Spring Summer 1939 catalog.
 [Airline 62-325 back view]
The back view of the '325.  That's the original cardboard back, still crisp after all these years.

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