This a General Electric T-104A AM tube radio manufactured in 1960. The radio arrived in great physical condition (no cracks, chips or missing pieces) although it did need a thorough cleaning both inside and out. The radio was not operational, all it did was make a loud humming noise when operating. See below video of how she sounded before repair:
This constant humming is a sign of a faulty filter capacitor. In the photo below, the large red capacitor is the one that will need to be replaced.
The large red capacitor is replaced with two ones in the photo below:
The capacitor replacement corrected the humming but the tubes needed to be tested to properly tune in stations. The 35W4 half wave rectifier tube needed to be replaced. Thankfully I had one on hand and once installed she came right to life.
Below are more photos of the insides before restoration:
And finally, here is how she looked afterwards: