For Sale: Various Items
n7rk at COX.NET
Wed Jan 22 17:18:17 EST 2003
Here is a bunch of stuff for sale. Prices do not include shipping unless
specified. I will ship overseas.
Click on the links for pictures.
Still have parts for the:
What do you need?
Hammarlund HQ-110 with copy of manual..........$100
I have checked all the tubes and they are good. The receiver has weak
audio but no signals. Outer case is real nice, panel has scratches along
the outer edges. It needs a new cover for the clock (reproductions of
these are available). The underside of the chassis is very clean and
appears unmodified. The top side needs cleaning. The radio has all of
the correct knobs however the clock knob is missing I collect National
and Hallicrafters and have no interest in Hammarlund.
International VHF Converter/Power Supply...........$25
A home-brew power supply assembly which has an International FCV-2, 2
meter converter, a VFA-1 pre-amp, and a home-brew oscillator. The
circuit board on the FCV-2 is cracked. Looks like it is (or was) a
tunable VHF converter.
RCA WV-97 VTVM with WR-69A test probe............$20
Has a genuine RCA Laboratory decal on the top! Working but needs
McMurdo Silver Model 900 VOMAX VTVM with manual copy (not
GenRad W50MBB Variac Autotransformer - appears new - $300
Superior Instruments Model 77 VTVM. (3 tube unit with a lighted scale).
Inside looks excellent but needs work) ..$15
CTS 15 Inch Speaker From Hammond Organ
Sounds great on my workbench receiver which is an SX-96 (not the one
being parted out)! This would make a beautiful speaker for a boatanchor
receiver if you have an enclosure........... $50
National Radio Institute instruction pamphlets and a group of NRI
Journals from the 1960's. Their are 11 of the journals, 1 service notes
book and 65 of study schedule and demonstration booklets and 1964 Golden
Anniversary edition Some good ads on the Conar Twins in the gold
General Radio GR-1001 Signal Generator
This is an extremely well built unit that covers 5 kHz to 50 MHz. It may
be amplitude modulated over the range from 20 cps to 15 KHz. The carrier
output voltage at the attenuator jack is adjustable to any value from
0.1 microvolt to 200 millivolts. Output voltages up to two volts are
available from a second jack. I have tested this unit and it works well.
Includes a copy of the manual. great for working on
U.S. Navy LM-13 Frequency Meter
A U.S. Navy LM-13 Heterodyne Frequency Meter covering 125 kHz to 20 MHz.
The unit is in nice
condition but it is untested..........$25
Radio Amateur Callbook-Winter 1957-58
This edition contains US listings. Very good condition for it's age. The
pages are all clean with some yellowing....$75
Vintage Midland CB Walkie Talkies-Pair
A pair of Midland Triumph, 10 transistor CB single channel Walkie
Talkies which I believe are from the 1960's. These have a rugged metal
case. They have been tested and both work on transmit and receive. They
run off of 8 "AA" batteries (not included). Should be easy to put on 10
I will ship overseas.
You can check my user ID "n7rk" on Eb*y
for a reference as to dealing with me.
Thanks for looking and 73,
Dave N7RK http://members.cox.net/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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