My "other" hobby is restoring old radios from the 20's-40's. This involves replacing all the capacitors, some of the resistors, somtimes rebuilding power supplies, re-wiring and other electronic refurbishment. I did a lot of them this winter. Here's some of them after restoration:
1: 1940 GE HJ-1005. Big sucker. sounds great too.
2: 1939 Crossley
3: 1938 RCA T-80
4: 1935 McMicheal. British. Real oddball. I got a transformer to power it since its a 220 volt set
5: 1948 Emerson. "Midget" radio. tiny radio fits in the palm of your hand
6: 1938-39 Sachenwerk. German set.
7: 1937 Zenith 12-S-266. I didn't restore it, but bought it restored. This thing is amazing. It has a motorized dial and has "shutters" that open and close for the different bands.
The cool thing is that many have RCA jacks in the rear and I can actually plug in my iPhone and listen to MP3's.