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Lester Wiggler attributes his survival through the summer of 1972 solely to the RCA Victor RHC33W radio. The radio sat on the shelf above the condiment table at the Hog n' Jog Drive-in in Dothan, Alabama. Lester, worked at the Hog n' Jog as a grill cook during the long hot summer of '72. The restaurant owner, Milton Sidaphries allowed the boys in the kitchen to listen to the radio at a "reasonable" volume. So when Led Zeppelin's "Stairway to Heaven" came on the radio, Lester knew he would have almost 8 minutes of mental respite will grilling Hog n' Jog deluxe burgers.

For sale is a working vintage RCA Victor Model RHC33W AM/FM radio from the mid 1960's. This solid-state desktop radio is 9" tall X 16" wide X 7.5" deep and has a simulated walnut wood finish. The radio has a nice beefy sound to it. It includes tuner, volume, tone and frequency control knobs. This one of the last radio's sold under the RCA-Victor name as "Victor" was eventually dropped to the familiar RCA brand. The radio features classic mid-century modern styling.

This unit is in very good working condition. The finish is in good shape with some light surface scratches and a few small nicks to the simulated veneer. The front speaker fabric is free of rips holes or tears. The knobs all work properly and the tuner works well especially on FM stations. Cord and plug are in good condition.

1965 RCA Victor AM/FM Radio - Model RHC33W "You'll Get a Big Beefy Sound from This Retro Classic"


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: plastic, wood
  • Only ships within United States.
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