"Turk" Turon and I were at the Dayton Hamvention the better part of Friday and we saw about half. It was amazing. I passed up an early Globe transmitter -- next step smaller than the Globe King. Shoulda, woulda-- Could not lift it. Priced to move at $300 and in working condition. Oh, if only!
(I did manage a smaller/newer rig, a Heathkit DX-60, also said to be working. We'll see.)
Some rigs were way too big to move:
a closer look.)
This is the RF side; audio is the same size, with two more final-stage tubes and a nice window to enjoy them through. Be sure to tune for minimum meltage.
Some hair was movingly big.
Table of Vibroplexes.
Turk found a man-sized soldering copper.
Radio Row monument in NYC, it'll be holding one of those, looking out at Lady Liberty as if wondering about asking to borrow the torch.