This is the Capehart llRP-125F (c. 1954) and was an early introduction into HI-Fi quality sound. It was manufactured by the Capehart-Farnsworth Company of Ft. Wayne, In. Capehart, like its contemporary, Magnavox (both based in Ft. Wayne) were well known for quality sound reproduction emulating from solid-wood cabinets built of only the finest quality woods. Cabinets were made by the well-known furniture maker, Drexel. In traditional early-American styling, this is a Drexel cherry-wood cabinet. The storage compartment has room for about 150 Long Play albums. This unit can be considered a gift that keeps on giving. A few years ago, I did a complete restoration of the chassis and turntable. I was surprised and excited when the owner called and offered it to me. He was doing some remodeling and downsizing his collections. As a young man, he remembered listening to it at the home of its original owner. The original owner gave it to him many years ago. One day I will present it to someone as well.