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The Official Vintage Curtis Mathes site by Glenn Waters

Curtis Mathes, Vintage Electronics, Televisions, Stereos, Radios, VCR”s, Camcorders, Mathes Coolers and Fans, Made in the USA. Design

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11:39 PM on November 11, 2015

I have the "Gregory" model and I need a stylus for it. I don't know where to start! Help, anyone, please?

Beejay Grob

11:03 AM on August 28, 2015

Oh, I want a console stereo SO BAD! Thanks for sending all the links, you have a great website here!

HiFi2112

1:40 PM on July 23, 2014

Can someone help? I just purchased a CM High Fidelity Stereophonic Stereo. I think it's from early 60s it has model 2512C? Have not found anything on this model. It has a Collaro phonograph. My email is [email protected] I have pics to share to help determine model name and year manufactured. I am looking to get owners Manuel PLEASE HELP

Susie

7:21 PM on July 4, 2014

Super nice site. I just picked up a Mathes Cooler Fan Model 544 box fan today, it runs well and I love it. Does anyone know what year this Model was made?

Richard Allred

9:35 PM on March 18, 2014

does anybody have a manual for CM DK2120, that I can download. Unfortunately I need it yesterday or maybe today would work. Thanks in advance.

Kenneth Rote

5:48 PM on January 11, 2014

In December we purchased a very nice Magnavox console with radio and record player at a Consignment store. You had the very same unit pictured on your site! It is from 1967 and oak finish. Owner took really good care of it, and everything came with it--owner's manual and even an extra cartridge for the record player. Sounds good and is similar to one we purchased in 1965. Really enjoyed looking at all the pictures you have and sure brought back a lot of memories. We have an old upright radio (Airline) may be from the 30's a family piece that no longer works. Just love those old pieces--well built! It was great to find some much information! Thank you.

Jim Miller

10:28 PM on November 30, 2013

Wonderful site. Although I am 67 years old and considered myself to know lots about electronics I never knew the CM sets were made in Athens, L little over 100 miles from my home in Waco, TX. I used to work for a electronics parts house and delivered lots of parts of a CM shop in Waco. I used to wee those beautiful sets every time. Really great looking sets.

jeff

8:20 AM on August 6, 2013

any info on fans I just bought two and don,t know where to find info on them thanks

John M. Pierret

7:43 PM on July 9, 2013

Still looking for a KA250 amplifier!!! Anybody have one or know of someone that has one for sale?

jacob geaugh

8:05 PM on June 30, 2013

I just came across a model k2573rm and fell in love with it and was just wondering what year and value it was.

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