Colburn kd4e at ARRL.NET
Sat Sep 13 22:57:58 EDT 2003

I built a Morrow web site a few years ago:

I have never been able to afford to really own enough working gear to
assemble a complete setup.

I can probably give you a pretty good assessment of what you might ask
for what you have.

There is a Morrow discussion list:
morrow at mailman.qth.net on which you will find some fine folks, most of
whom are more knowledgeable than I!

73, doc kd4e

On Sat, 2003-09-13 at 10:15, Dee Almquist wrote:
> Fellow Anchorites
> I have available possibly a whole collection of Morrow equipment that I
> might purchase. Problem is, except for a few pieces of mobile gear I had
> many yrs ago, I know nothing about what this gear is worth. I never was into
> this gear so all I know there was a fairly wide range of converters, Rxs,
> Txs that were made. Are there any Morrow collectors sites around that I can
> get info on these? Thanks for any info or leads.
> 73 es Dee
> http://w4pnt.8k.com
> Patty & Dee's Marina Collectors of "firebottle" radios
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