For Sale: Various Heathkit, EF Johnson, Babcock and More

David Hollander n7rk at DANCRIS.COM
Sun May 5 13:45:18 EDT 2002

Here is a bunch of stuff for sale. Prices do not include shipping unless

I will ship overseas.

Click on the links for pictures. You can check my user "n7rk" on Eb**
for a reference as to dealing with me.

Thanks for looking,

Dave N7RK


Heathkit HW-16
3 Band Transceiver. Unit is clean. Receiver works weakly, transmitter
does not put out any power. All tubes are good and includes a partial

$65 plus shipping

Heathkit  AK-7 Mobile Speaker
Works great. Needs cleaning up

$20 shipped in US

"Very Rare" Babcock MT5A Mobile Transmitter
 This is an interesting 35-50 watt, 80-10 meter, crystal controlled, AM
mobile transmitter from 1952-1954. This uses a 6AQ5 driving a 6146 and
has a 12AU7 driving a pair of 6AQ5's in the modulator.  Looks complete.
Unit is untested.

$60 plus shipping
EF Johnson SWR Bridge
This is a miniature SWR bridge with a max power level
of 500 watts. I found this in an ad in a 1965 QST.
The unit has been tested and works great.

$15 shipped in US
EF Johnson Viking Phone Patch
Although not much use today, this piece is of interest if you
collect EF Johnson and this would look neat in your vintage station
with your EF Johnson Ranger. The unit is painted in
the classic EF Johnson maroon.

$15 Shipped in US
Motorola L12G Green Transistor Radio
The radio does play. It does show
signs of wear but has no chips or cracks. This radio
is from the late 1950's .

$20 plus shipping
Sears Silvertone 10 Transistor Radio
The model number is 6214. The radio plays and the inside is
clean. Their is no damage from batteries. This radio is from the early

$25 plus shipping
Dave  N7RK          
Phoenix, Arizona         *DXCC Honor Roll*    *WAZ#23 - 75 Meter SSB*

            ex-XE2/N7RK, N7RK/ZB2, VK2ERK, ZM0AJN, WB6NRK, WN6IWX

Boatanchor Collector Extraordinaire preferring Hallicrafters, National
and what ever else looks interesting!

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