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Can you recommend any specialist repairers of classic car radios?

I have a Philips radio/cassette player in my classic Wolseley. It is in need of some attention/repair. Can you recommend any specialist repairers of classic radios?

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Reader Jeffrey Bridges, a technical adviser for the 6/90 section of The Wolseley Register recommend Adrian James (regiesradios@gmail.com). He said, 'In 2017, he converted the original Radiomobile valve radio in my 1958 Wolseley Six-Ninety to work with FM, to negative earth and also to take a USB input. The service was excellent, if slightly more than the £45 my father paid for the radio in 1960!'
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