Pikes Peak Radio & Electronics Museum
Pikes Peak Radio & Electronics Museum is a trade name registered with the state of Colorado by Norbern Inc. a Colorado Corporation. Norbern Inc. has been doing business in Colorado Springs since 1988 under the DBA of Norbern Electronics Inc. an audio – video service company which repairs all types of consumer electronics equipment. More information can be found at our website www.norbern.com
The Pikes Peak Radio & Electronics Museum online “virtual museum” is a pictorial record of the personal collection of Norm & Toni Bernicky owners of Norbern Inc. The collection started in the early 1970’s and has been growing ever since. Business operations are currently being conducted at 6735 Earl Drive.
Special thanks go to the following people
Dave Beadles, For his generous donation of a RCA antique radio.
Randy Hilton, For his generous donation of a Silverton floor model antique radio.
Richard Fisher, For his generous donation of a vintage Sansui rack system and Sony radio.
Paul Freedman, For his generous donation of many vintage stereo and test equipment items.
Jerry Julian (aka Santa Claus) , For his generous donation of to many items to list. Thanks!
Howard "Mac" McFadden, for his generous donation of a radio given to him by Bobby Sarnoff (David Sarnoff's Son (RCA).
We support the following organizations
USS Missouri Memorial Association, Pearl Harbor Hawaii, www.ussmissouri.org
NCOA Non Commissioned Officers Association www.ncoausa.org
Moffett Field Museum www.moffettfieldmuseum.com
© 2005 Pikes
Peak Radio & Electronics Museum
Colorado Springs, Colorado