For people who are busy cleaning out attics, basements, and garages, old radios can seem like junk. That's also true for people who're trying to get rid of items that were owned by relatives who have now passed on. Because of that, a lot of old radios and the parts that could be used to fix them are simply put into dumpsters. While that's sad, it's also a waste of money. Those old radios and the parts that go with them can be sold, and the money can be used for something else. A lot of people like to buy old radios, too, so don't think that no one will be interested in the things that you've found while you're doing your cleaning. One man's trash really is another man's treasure, and you can see evidence of that if you have old radios that you aren't interested in but that you'd like to sell. Even if you don't have an entire radio but just the parts, or if you have a radio that doesn't work properly, don't throw it away. You can sell it to an individual, or you can have a yard sale, take it to the flea market, or try a pawn shop. There are all kinds of ideas for what you can do with the old radios that you locate. You may even find that you want to start buying other old radios and reselling them when you see that you can make a lot of money off of them. If you decide to do that, be very careful that you don't end up spending too much money. It's easy to overpay for things if you're not really sure of their value, so take some time to learn a little bit about old radios before you start buying them.