Past Colorsets

1957 Sylvania Halolight Blonde Tabletop

1957 Sylvania Halolight Blonde Tabletop, refinished in Heywood Wakefield “Champagne”

Cabinet was custom refinished by the buyer, Shane O’ Brien at Hepcat Restorations of Sacramento to compliment their vintage Heywood Wakefield bedroom set. Check out their blog!

–SOLD

1957 Motorola 21K126B

1957 Motorola 21K126B

RF & HDMI input, remote control, and functional power front panel buttons.

— SOLD
(Thank you to Rocket Fizz, Bossier City Boardwalk, Louisiana)

1958 Sylvania Halolight

1958 Sylvania Halolight

Colorset configured with remote control and HDMI, NOS Grille cloth and adapted as a tabletop unit.

–SOLD
(Thank you Zak Bagans Haunted Museum Las Vegas)

“The Peacock” 1964 Magnavox Console

“The Peacock”
1964 Magnavox Console

Colorset custom configured as tuner & record changer delete, with custom media box.

–SOLD

1958 Admiral Super 200 Console

1958 Admiral Super 200 Console in Mahogany

Configured for Remote Control-only operation with dummy TV knobs, RF and 1080p HDMI input. Original finish and NOS grille cloth.
–SOLD

“1959 GE “Slimline” in Danish

1959 GE “Slimline” in Danish Modern cabinet

This set was shipped in by a customer, having been previously converted from B&W with an LCD Monitor. We revamped it using a color CRT with heavy internal cabinet modification and a period correct plastic CRT rear cover extension. HDMI option included. Our customer, Terry Hare, maintains a blog on MCM livin’…. check it out! http://www.atomicmonstercafe.com Thanks Terry!

1958 Admiral “Imperial 400”

1958 Admiral “Imperial 400” in Blonde
RF, Composite and HDMI ready with remote control.

1963 Zenith Tabletop

1963 Zenith Tabletop
RF, HDMI & Remote Control operation. –SOLD
(Thank you Bass Pro Shops, Talladega, AL)

1957 Airline “The Lancer”

1957 Airline “The Lancer”
Remote Control, HDMI. Functional Power Button with built-in wireless headphone transmitter and four headsets. Purchased by Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA for their new Pat Boone exhibit.

1958 Zenith 24″

1958 Zenith 24″

Colorset configured with remote control, RF, composite, and HDMI.
(Thank you Zak Bagans Haunted Museum Las Vegas)

1958 GE UltraVision Tabletop

1958 GE UltraVision Tabletop

This set was on loan as part of the deYoung’s “Summer of Love” exhibition in 2017. The set was purchased by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and custom configured with operational volume & power knobs, USB Media Center, and a headphone jack.

1957 Zenith “The Skyline Modern”

1957 Zenith “The Skyline Modern”
Remote Control, and custom configured with HDMI, Component and USB Input with built-in media control center

RCA Danish Modern

RCA Danish Modern
Functional front panel power, volume, remote control, RF and HDMI inputs.

1958 Westinghouse

1958 Westinghouse
Colorset configured with operational power & volume, remote control, RF & HDMI

Various Sets

Various Sets

Custom built sets for David Copperfield’s private museum of Magic in Las Vegas. Each set was chosen to stand in independent exhibits playing back video highlighting both the careers and of David’s own personal collection of effects and stage used magical paraphernalia of many well known Magicians of the 20th century– including The Great Cardini, Richiardi Jr, Channing Pollock, and others. Many of these were full restoration and conversions, including original Masterwork series CRT based conversions and Masterwork II series LCD conversions. Each of the sets (12 total, others not pictured) we designed with special rigging to make each appear to levitate when combined with special lighting inside the museum. Custom configured with HDMI and a USB media center. Thanks David!