I have a power transformer from an old circa 1940 Zenith console radio that I recently got around to testing. The transformer works and its a nice, heavy chunk of iron so I will want to eventually use it for a build, but I am not sure what it would be best suited for. It has an unloaded HT secondary voltage of 382-0-382, along with 6.3v and 5v heater secondaries. The schematic for the original radio shows a loaded voltage of 325, which sounds about right based on the unloaded reading. I am guessing I would see a B+ of around 395v with a 5y3, 445v with a gz34, and around 455v with a silicone diode. Based on the tube compliment on the original amp the current handling is probably around 150ma. So what should this become? I've previously built a 5e3 and amps based on a 6g3 and a supro thunderbolt (as well as a couple of others that this PT wouldn't work for) and I'm not interested in revisiting those. I am also currently working on a modified Princeton reverb (which this actually would have worked pretty well for, but I've already got a PT ordered for it). Outside of that, I am open to suggestions.