Sarasota Antique Radio Club
The next SARASOTA RADIO MEETNovember 14th, 2015
We have a new home, the Elks Lodge in west Bradenton.  Great facility, easy directions from I-75.
The next CENTRAL FLORIDA RADIO EXCHANGEFebruary 12-13, 2016
We're continuing to receive feedback from the recent Central Florida Radio Exchange, all of it good.  This has every indication of growing into one of the larger national resources for radios and parts.
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Welcome to the Sarasota Antique Radio Club website.  Located in Sarasota, Florida, we host the twice-yearly Sarasota Radio Meet -- a radio display and swap meet for vintage radios, phonographs, component stereos, test equipment, records, tapes, memorabilia and other electronics.  We recently gained national attention as the host club for the annual Central Florida Radio Exchange in Mt. Dora (just north of Orlando).

Radio collecting is an interesting, rewarding, and varied hobby.  Some wish to restore family heirlooms to their former grandeur, while others simply like the challenge of collecting and restoring old radios and record players.  Just like the old car hobby, where Model T's have given way to 50's high-fashion and 60's muscle cars, many radio hobbyists are collecting and restoring small transistor radios, component stereos, televisions, and even stereo consoles.  We are open to ALL who collect and appreciate electronic gear.  Our swap meets are intended to be a resource for radios, projects, tubes, and parts, while helping newcomers with assistance, literature, and camaraderie.  If you're a retired engineer or simply have a basic interest, please stop by -- we'll be glad to meet you!

Click on the photos for details on each event!

Sarasota Radio Meet          Central Florida Radio Exchange

Sarasota Radio Meet, Sarasota/Bradenton               Central Florida Radio Exchange, Mt. Dora

Sarasota Antique Radio Club                    Renninger's Mt. Dora