This must have been quite an expensive radio. In my childhood, it was owned by our neighbour, a retired policeman. The first time I saw the radio was when our neighbour asked me to fix it. I must have been 15 years old at the time and was frequently doing repairs. At that time, it turned out to be some bad contacts in the bandwidth control switch. 10 years later I inherited the radio. After this, it has been gathering dust in the attick for years before I gave it a better place in my hobby shack. As you can see, the varnish does not look very good any more. But the inside looks ok.
The AM reception had disappeared again, though, and FM did not work too well, either. In summer 2003 I decided this radio was too large, so I swapped it with a collector for a Philips GM2307 LF generator.