SELLING CLASSIC MORROW STATION
eDoc at NETZERO.NET
Wed Jan 10 11:40:48 EST 2001
I need to sell my Morrow "station" to purchase needed modern
radio gear for emergency communications here in Florida. (Need a
Kenwood TH-D7A/G and to upgrade my HF rig.)
The Morrows are rated "very scarce" by Osterman's and other
experts. (I would not be parting with them were there another option.)
The MBR-5 receiver has been physically cleaned and electrically
refurbished by a friend, the MB-560 transmitter could use further
cosmetic cleaning but has been restored and tested electrically. (I
have a complete copy of the manual set as well.)
Information about the Morrows may be viewed at my Web site:
http://www.qsl.net/k1yp/BA/Morrow/morrow1.html (the site needs
work but is functional with pictures, etc.)
I acquired an AC supply from Canada that is of the same era
as the Morrows. It belonged to the famous Spilsbury SB-50
mobile/portable rigs. It has been modified and tested with
I also acquired a Swan DC-DC vibrator that is also from the same
era. It has not yet been tested and the buyer would probably want to
substitute solid-state vibrator-replacements (quieter and cleaner). The
station is wired up with all necessary cables and a t/r switch.
Asking $350. shipped in the continental US.
Also have the following for sale:
Kenwood TS-180S vintage solid state HF. 160-10m incl. WARC and digital
display w/memories. Solid rig recently peaked by a qualified technician.
(no accessories) Asking $350. shipped conus.
Precision E-2000D vintage solid state Sig. Gen. 100khz-216mhz Exc. Cond.
with original manual, box, cables, etc. Asking $55. conus
Eico 722 (someone modified it for solid state) Asking $15. conus
Heath AM-1 Asking $15. conus
Thanks! Doc KD4E
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