Blew it out, cleaned it up a little; it's basically functional.
The previous owner tried rigging in an RCA jack scheme to circumvent the euro speaker connectors and it had no dial lights.
The back panel serves as in "interlock" of sorts. I removed the AC cord, drilling out the rivets. I may take a shot at fabricating a replacement back panel (from fiberboard).
I found an ebay seller with the euro connectors and another with a DIN-to-RCA cable. The Phono and Tape inputs are via DIN jacks.
I replaced the dial lights. I must have been the first person to have done that. That's probably because the knobs have to be pulled and the dial plate removed to do that (a total PITA for dial lights). Funny, but they have their own transformer secondary.
The left and right audio power amps are both powered from separate secondaries of their own.
Tuning between FM stations results some noise like what you get from a noisy volume pot. Haven't encountered that. [Note: This is likely from an absence of 'FM Muting'.]
The volume pot itself is not noisy - which is surprising. Neither Treble nor Bass pot exhibit any noise and Balance is clean, too.
"Auf Bayern, mit Liebe"
Follow-Up: Took the chassis out and sprayed some DeoxIT into the AM and SW select switches and it seems to good effect. They're sort of open at the back: spray and work 'em, wait, work 'em again, and repeat.
The back panel calls out "7V" lamps and, given my 6.3V #40's, I was bugged about the line measuring 6.8v(ac) - so I put a couple of diodes back-to-back in series, knocking that down to '6v'. [The two dial lamps and the one behind the tuning meter are in parallel.]
[Hadn't looked at the circuit board first time around, but noted that the screws securing it to the chassis were soldered over.]
I was considering putting this in the front room as my 'daily driver', but it doesn't have a tape monitor loop.
SW tuning requires extra patience because it doesn't have a fine tuning control.
11FEB2018 - Good results with a couple of Bluetooth receiver configurations.