Well...what can I say? I neither painted nor cut the legs out from under this radio (see inset), it suffered those indignities long before it fell into my hands.
A side-mounted toggle switch to turn the set on/off was the custom of that time, but two toggle switches? The one at left (toward front of set) is the power switch; at right is a local/distant switch, a pre-AVC feature that cuts out the longwire antenna to prevent overloading of powerful nearby stations.
This chassis, the 90-B, was used in seven Majestic models, which all have at times been erroreously identified by the chassis number. It's a TRF circuit using four stages of 27 RF amps and a 27 power detector, driving push-pull 45s. Wow. Of course in its present condition restoration is a pipe dream, but I dare to dream.