Sunday, June 12, 2016

12S267 Pictures & Video

I received a few responses for the 12S267 and wanted to post some pictures and video. The video turned out to be 3gigs, holy crow! So I had to edit it and post it via YouTube since Blogger has a limit of 100megs. Clearly I won't be getting a job as a photographer or video editor any time soon.

I took nearly 60 pictures, my Cannon T3i is a pain to get good pictures from, I'm sure its me but I tried every setting I could find, 90% of the time on auto it couldn't finish the focus... drove me crazy.

I didn't polish the radio, it does need to be polished and gone over from top to bottom with the appropriate wax. The curves had a few spots that had some cracking in year one and never went further, I tried to capture them in the side front pictures.

The radio displays beautifully, if it sells I'm going to miss it, the other one sold back in 2012, if this one goes I won't have any more rare consoles.

12S267 Front

Top Front
(You're not seeing scratches or cracks, it needs to be waxed )

Front Bottom

Right Front Top

Right Front Bottom

Left Front Corner (camera refused to focus!! so I switch to my cell phone) The LED light of the camera changes the color of the pillars. I can't seem to get it sharp without the flash.

Left Side

Left Bottom

Back Top Interior

Back Bottom Speaker Baffle

Video of the radio working, hopefully it shows just how well this radio plays and tunes stations in with just a 5ft wire hung up by the window. I finally got YouTube to encode this as HD, finally.


Kathy's Klothesline said...

It is beautiful. I have some very old pieces form my grandparents and will be giving them to my children, in hopes that they will appreciate the beauty and value of them. We plan to be living in a motorhome in 2 years and space will be short.

Erik's RV Blog said...

Hey that's awesome! Considering how hard you work, you deserve it!