Meet the Philco E-675!
These portable radios were made by Philco in the United States during 1956 and 1957. It uses an AC/DC or a battery power source. The case is made of stitched, brown, tanned leather with a flip up rear flap for battery/chassis access.
The E-675 chassis 124 is a 4 tube set, the tubes include a 3V4, 1U4, 1U5, and 1R5 7 pin tubes. This same chassis was used in four different radios including the E-670, E-672, E-675, and E-676, each with a different cabinet color and nickname.
- E-670 "Rancher" - Cabinet Color: Black
- E-672 "Knickabout" - Cabinet Color: Green
- E-675 "Sportster" - Cabinet Color: Tan
- E-676 "Mustang" - Cabinet Color: Briarwood
Right Above: Philco E-675-124
Right Below: This label can be found on the inside of the rear flap and details the tube layout, battery types, and tuning frequency.
Photos courtesy of: Emily and Eric, SPARK members
Source of Information: radiomuseum.org