Informational Links

One of the world's first websites for antique radios and TVs, launched in 1995 and still going strong. Has some great tips and trick if you are just starting out in radio restoration or repair. Hackaday serves up Fresh Hacks Every Day from around the Internet. Our playful posts are the gold-standard in entertainment for engineers and engineering enthusiasts. We are taking back the term “Hacking” which has been soured in the public mind. Hacking is an art form that uses something in a way in which it was not originally intended. This highly creative activity can be highly technical, simply clever, or both. Hackers bask in the glory of building it instead of buying it, repairing it rather than trashing it, and raiding their junk bins for new projects every time they can steal a few moments away.

Over at you will find tons of great information on how to do all manor of activities including restoring antique radios.

Over at you will find a collector of old technology, antique vacuum tube radios & vintage transistor radios, electronic test equipment, soldering irons & soldering guns, and vintage record players. As well as great resource on all the technologies listed.


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Dorothy Cady

Thank you for your comment. Have a great day.
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Douglas Graham

My mom has a RCA VIT51W stereo console in good condition. She is wanting $300 for it. How would be the best way to find a buyer? Is $300 a fair price? If anybody is interested you can call her at 405-818-1548 Faye Graham. She bought new in 1967

Dorothy Cady

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Marge Espina


I was wondering what your thoughts were on “Maker Pro”, would you consider adding them to the “Resources” page under the “Informational Links” header? Here is the URL for their website if you would like to have a look:

I am looking forward to hear from you the soonest.


Dorothy Cady

Hi Marge,

Thank you for your request to add the link to our website. Unfortunately, that website does not hold related interest for our website viewers.

OKVRC Webmaster

Michela Steele

Looking for someone to restore an antique radio for my husband. We live in Fayetteville, AR and want some place close enough to deliver it to since it is in a wood cabinet. Thanks for any help. I have bombed out searching the web.

Dorothy Cady

Hi Michela,

Here is a recommendation for you. Mr. Cady is pretty much the go-to person for radio repair and restoration in our club. He’s very reasonable in his cost of repairs and quite reliable. You can visit his website at You can email him at You can call him at 405-820-8014.

Please accept our apology for the delay in responding to your posting.

OKVRC Webmaster

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