I found a short wave radio (Hallicrafters Model S-38C) in an antique store that no longer functioned. I gutted it, reattached the (now nonfunctional, saddly) knobs and gauges to the case face, and built a mini ITX gaming pc inside for the living room. The power switch I converted to serve as the power button for the PC. This PC has a single 120mm fan under the original case vent holes for case cooling. It now sits in my entertainment center cabinet and I use it with a wireless keyboard/touchpad mouse combo, connected to a 55" 4k television, and use wireless xbox 360 controllers for local multiplayer games when friends come over.
Edit: Sorry for the delay in getting a couple more photos up. I didn't think people would be this interested in this build so I haven't even checked the comments until today. I took a photo of it in the entertainment center today, and uploaded a picture from when I was finishing things up on it. In the shot of the back you can see that the mini itx board fits inside PERFECTLY. If it were any longer on one side, it would have stuck out the back. It is upside down in the photo because I was epoxying a fan to the top under the case vent holes. The back cover is not in the photo, but what I did was cut out a cardboard template and then dremel one out of hardboard. It is secured by two torx screws, one at each side where the stock back plate would have gone. Unfortunately this radio didn't come with the back plate, so I had to improvise.
You can see the general layout inside. The SSD is velcro'd to the top of the inside of the case. The power supply case was removed and I resoldered the power cable directly to the unit to eliminate the extra inch of room taken up by the removable plug system it employed from the factory.
THINGS TO FINISH UP: I need to reshape one side of the floor board of the radio, as it doesn't want to fit down against the metal flange completely in the back. No big deal. I may get on that today while I'm thinking about it.
The power LED light feeds into the light hole behind the gauges into the spot where the light bulb was in the stock radio. When the PC turns on, the gauges light up. It's more obvious at night, so I'm ordering some additional LED's to make the gauge lighting more striking when powered up. I think that will be a nice touch.
THANKS FOR LOOKING!