The frequency 104.7 FM is the ONLY station that this radio can receive - in place of a conventional tuner it uses a crystal and coil. According to my dad, you could convert it to receive at a different frequency. The speaker is in the circular base and the rest of the radio is in the rotating "microphone" body above.
The case is made of sturdy white plastic with painted red lettering. The only control is a power/volume knob on the top. Everything on this radio is in great vintage condition - there are a few scratches to the "Universal Publicizers" sticker, and there are a couple of spots on the metal screens that cover the mouthpiece (see photos). The cord and plug are intact and the radio turns on and works beautifully. The original antenna and particle board bottom are also complete and unscathed.
It measures about 15" in height.