Guide Price List and How to Buy

Wayne’s Radios come in all shapes and sizes.  We repair, restore and modify classic radios from the thirties to the seventies.  

Our aim is to combine the convenience of music using Bluetooth, mp3 or iPhone with the beauty of distinctive vintage styling.

Prices from £80 to £350 including delivery, depending on age, size and rarity.

Ask for our Guide Price List or tell us what you’re looking for.

For further information Contact Maddie at



  1. Paul · May 22, 2015

    Hi Wayne,

    I don’t suppose you stock parts for Cossor radios? In particular I happen to be looking for a dial glass for a Cossor 464AC model and also the dial knob on the right hand side for tuning?

    My email is:

    Kind regards,

    Paul Callaghan

    • waynesradios · August 11, 2016

      Hi Paul
      Sorry about the delay in responding to you. I set off to find out if we had a Cossor 464AC in the storeroom because I’m sure I’ve seen one and then as I couldn’t find it forgot about getting back to you to let you know. I hope in the meantime you’ve managed to find your missing bits. If you haven’t I will keep my eyes out and if I find anything will be in touch.

      Regards Maddie

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  3. Richard Keddie · July 29, 2016

    I’m looking for a Roberts radio in Mustard.
    Do you have anything available at the moment – or could keep my details you notify me when you do?
    Thanks and kind regards.

    • waynesradios · July 29, 2016

      Hi Richard. We will definitely keep an eye out for a Roberts radio in Mustard for you. We may have one in the store. I’ll get back to you if we have. Maddie

  4. Richard Keddie · July 29, 2016

    Thanks, Maddie
    … Maybe an Olive Green too, if you could let me know?
    Best wishes

    • waynesradios · January 22, 2017

      Hi Richard

      Are you still interested in a mustard Roberts Radio?

  5. Peter Gostelow · August 10, 2016

    I have a ric 2 in really good condition ser no 38576 in mustard any offers?

    • waynesradios · August 11, 2016

      Hi Peter

      Thank you for your enquiry. Please email some pics and some idea of how much you want for it … Is it working?

      Many thanks

  6. Paul Murtagh · February 7, 2017

    HI Wayne i have a ferranti 145 in good shape I live in Ireland though let me know if your interested.

    • waynesradios · February 8, 2017

      Thanks for letting us know but we’re not buying one off new radios at the moment unless we have a buyer lined up.

  7. John Carass · May 27, 2017

    I have an Ultra ET415 in working order, a bit “Hummy” but all seems to work OK with a decent aerial.
    Not quite sure what to do with it, any ideas/

    • waynesradios · May 28, 2017

      Hi John

      Wayne could have a look at it, although they do often hum. It can be adapted to play from an aux input. Or, were you just after selling it?


  8. david · August 31, 2017

    hi wayne I have a dansette capri radio believed to be from 1963 complete with original box in good working condition I just wanted to know the value thank you

    • waynesradios · September 1, 2017

      Hi David

      Well, where to start. The value depends on many factors. Probably somewhere in the region of £60 possibly more if the right buyer comes along and it’s in really exceptional condition.

      Hope this helps.

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