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Vintage Equipment is not restored equipment. The equipment may or may not work. We do our best to document what we know about these items. Vintage Equipment is sold "AS IS" no warranty.

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USED Collins

516F-2 CAB

512F-2 cabinet with front panel and trim ring. No feet or hardware. Rockwell Collins emblem is original, cabinet straight but finish is rough.

$150.00


USED Drake

AC-4

This Drake AC-4 with MS-4 speaker is in good working condition and was tested with a Drake TR-4C(NOT included). This supply allowed the transceiver to deliver 175 watts of CW output.

$249.95


USED Drake

TR-4C

80-10M tube HF Transceiver

  • USB/LSB/CW/AM
  • Has good transmit (150-175 watts) and receives on both CW and SSB on all bands except 15M. 15 meters does not work.
  • The cabinet is clean, straight and in good shape with excellent finish. The chassis is clean with little or no corrosion. There are a few surface scratches and blemishes but overall this is a very nice unit.
  • Transceiver only, no PS is included with the radio.

$249.95


USED Heathkit

HO-13

Ham-Scan panadapter. Unit has trace and is set up for 455Kc IF. We were unable to test further so unit is sold AS IS.

$139.95


USED Heathkit

HRA-10-1

This is a very nice working condition Heathkit 100Kc XTAL Crystal Calibrator Model HRA-10-1. It is an option for the HR-10B and other receivers. Used to accurately mark 100Kc increments on VFO tuned receivers.

$69.96


USED Heathkit

HW-30

2M (144.550MHz) 5W AM Transceiver. The "Twoer" is from the 1960's and was also known as the Benton Harbor Lunchbox.

$149.95


USED Welch Scientifi

3081K

Vintage 30 AMP A.C. Ammeter.

$10.00


USED Western Electri

B6

Western Electric Relay KS5483L95 Type B-6.

$10.00


USED Zenith

BC-221-T

Vintage Frequency Meter. Has original calibration guide. Has not been tested. Sold AS IS.

$119.95


 

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