To you maybe it's hard to find. But it could be a pretty common item for hi-fi people.
If we know what you're looking for, we can give better advice.
If you're looking at quality radios, these days a Magnum Dynalab (pretty much the Leica of the radio world) can be had for less than $1k, so maybe that's why people are reluctant to repair the spoilt ones.
These will be hard to repair, especially the speaker parts if they are damaged/worn out.
You can ask Wizardofoz in Xtremeplace, he might give it a go.
But do note that he charges a fee for assessment also, so you'll need to take that into account.
The insides look very complicated:
Last edited by silencer13; 29th September 2014 at 04:49 PM.
Imo the cost of repair will be more than the cost of a new retro radio...
Mustafa sells some retro style radios.
Nikon D750; FM2; FG; 55mm Micro Nikkor; 28-300 VR; 70-200 VR; Nikon V1 + 10-30mm
www.xtremeplace.com, but he replied that he does not service radios.