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Hello everybody. A friend of mine found recently a Pilot TV37 and I had lot of fun in restoring it for him. Now, I would like to find a TV37 for me, even in bad condition, to work on it and bring it back to life. I built some TV replicas anyway (see My friend Jerome Halphen is going soon to the ETF annual convention and if possible will take infos about this and possibly buy a set for me. dupouy.roger at orange dot fr (2/29/16)
Wanted: Pilot TV-37 or TV-37R. Will pay top dollar. Prefer restored and working. William, 703-354-7700, wam11 at aol dot com (1/23/16)
Looking for Zenith hybrid and early solid state sets or parts.located in Columbus, OH. Cash or trade? Ronnie, 614 886 9394, sampson159 at aol dot com (8/21/15)

Wanted: ARVIN 21" table model B&W TV....Model 21-554KM Wood or metal case. Either working or non working, but needs to be complete with no missing parts. Jimmy, 330-388-1626, JimmyCFO at aol dot com (7/20/15)

I am working in the set decoration department of a film about President Johnson and the year between Kennedy’s Assassination and his own election in November 1964. 

LBJ famously had 3 matching televisions both in the Oval Office and in his private study, so he could watch all three networks at the same time. The three in the Oval Office were built into a custom cabinet that we are going to make. Please take a look of the research photos I am attaching.

We are trying to recreate this look in both Office sets. We are able to find similar looking televisions in Los Angeles prophouses: the problem is finding three matching sets. Due to their age and scarcity we know it may be impossible to get the exact televisions pictured, but are trying to find TV sets that are as close as possible as far as their look. (They don't have to be the exact model but they definitely need to be of the right period.) 

I am reaching out to you all in the vintage television community, in the hopes that someone might have multiple sets, or between a couple of you we can find three matching sets (The TV’s don’t have to work.) And in the case of the large ones, the back cases don’t have to be in great shape, as long as the fronts of the consoles are in good shape.

We don't have a lot of time, but if there is any help or advice you could give us it would be greatly appreciated. You can reach me at my email: howdy brent at gmail dot com. Thank you very much! Brent, 323-422-4396, howdybrent at gmail (7/16/15)