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Art Deco Zenith 5-s-29 Radio Case Mod

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tonyd223 8th February 2010, 08:57 Quote
Brilliant - my dad would love this...
docodine 8th February 2010, 09:15 Quote
Very close to the original, love the dial!
Yoy0YO 8th February 2010, 09:51 Quote
Absolutely spectacular.
crazyceo 8th February 2010, 10:06 Quote
The more I see these wooden mods, the more I wish I paid more attention in woodwork in school. This looks absolutely beautiful.

Well Done!
stonedsurd 8th February 2010, 11:03 Quote
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Originally Posted by crazyceo
The more I see these wooden mods, the more I wish I paid more attention in woodwork in school. This looks absolutely beautiful.
Likewise :D
rainbowbridge 8th February 2010, 12:57 Quote
You got me that is totally awesome, no that is amazingly stylish. If you made those, you would sell them.
Dave Lister 8th February 2010, 13:55 Quote
Seriously nice case mate
REMF 8th February 2010, 15:30 Quote
absolutely beautiful.
Jux_Zeil 8th February 2010, 16:46 Quote
Very nice workmanship. Just as an idea, the next one you build could intergrate a cpu temperature guage into the dial maybe. You are going to do another case I assume?
voigts 8th February 2010, 17:36 Quote
Thank you for the kind comments.

I am working on plans for another one right now. I'm trying to figure out how much I can syphon from our income tax refund for this!

The CPU temp is an original idea. The next one however is not going to be a radio looking mod. I am working on something a bit different, albeit again with wood on the outside.
Jehla 8th February 2010, 18:49 Quote
Beautiful case! The more I see retro looking wooden cases the more I want to build one.
Redbeaver 8th February 2010, 19:35 Quote
oh wow... just wow :D
Jux_Zeil 8th February 2010, 22:17 Quote
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Originally Posted by voigts
Thank you for the kind comments.

I am working on plans for another one right now. I'm trying to figure out how much I can syphon from our income tax refund for this!

The CPU temp is an original idea. The next one however is not going to be a radio looking mod. I am working on something a bit different, albeit again with wood on the outside.

Can't wait to see it's work log. Makes me wish I had more time on my hands to continue my project. *SIGH*
retrogamer1990 8th February 2010, 23:07 Quote
right, that's it, I'm scouring ebay for a radio :p
amazing!
MitchBomcanhao 8th February 2010, 23:41 Quote
yeah great work, even if its not something I would like myself (matter of taste, really). I enjoy looking at good quality work.
slipperyskip 10th February 2010, 07:46 Quote
Excellent! Looks like you had a lot of fun building it. Congratz on the Engadget article.
voigts 10th February 2010, 15:10 Quote
I appreciate that Jeffrey. I wish I could pick you brain one on one regarding your excellent veneer work on Ingraham. The finish on that case is beautiful.
sHORNY 11th February 2010, 10:49 Quote
bloody beautiful work there! hats off to you sir !
MugenUK 12th February 2010, 21:40 Quote
looks gorgeous.
Spotswood 17th February 2010, 04:04 Quote
A classy build by a classy builder.
Cyberpower-UK 19th February 2010, 13:52 Quote
I can't help thinking it looks like a wooden CM Dominator. Like how you doe the radiators, would like to see this done in a production case.

Impressive build.
nigelnathan 21st July 2010, 23:34 Quote
The woodwork is very good and from the outside looks convincing as a wireless radio.. excellent job.
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