But from a cosmetic standpoint, it's pretty acceptable. I bought this radio down in the flatlands. Being a tube radio, it takes a few moments to warm up. It down in the more populated valley, I was able to tune in a few stations. The radio does not have an antenna.
And while I could tune in a few stations, there was a noticeable humm in the background. I pulled this out of storage today and plugged it in and it does turn on. You can hear some scratchiness as you move the tuning dial, but I was not able to tune in a station. Bear in mind I live in the mountains, the Mt Shasta area, and I sit at an elevation of about 3900 feet.
Not much reception of any kind up here so that is probably the reason I've been unable to dial in a station. I've taken a YouTube video of the radio in its current state of operation you may want to view to understanding it's working condition. You can find the video on my YouTube Channel, Dave's Vintage Stuff.
I've also attempted to attach a link to the video.