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Cadillac Radio Mfg. Co.

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Name: Cadillac Radio Mfg. Co.    (USA)  
Abbreviation: cadillac
History:
Cadillac Radio Mfg. Co.; - Trade name Ampiola


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
USA  29 Marmont 10 224  Radio-Phono combination. The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 19... 
USA  29 Marmont 8 224  Radio-Phono combination. The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 19... 
USA  29 Windsor 10 224  Radio-Phono combination. The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 19... 
USA  29 Windsor 8 224  Radio-Phono combination. The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 19... 
USA  29 Arlington 224  Phono-Radio Combination. The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 19... 
USA  29 Claire 224  The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 1929. Therefore this model... 
USA  29 Cutler 224  The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 1929. Therefore this model... 
USA  29 Standard 224  The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 1929. Therefore this model... 
USA  29 Graham 224  The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 1929. Therefore this model... 
USA  28 Merdith   Tubes: 6× Y227, Y224, 2× X245, X280. 
USA  29 Morton 224  The tube UX245, later named 245 and 45 was introduced in March 1929. Therefore this model... 
USA  28 Murray    

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