FS: Heathkit, Eico, Knight, Lafayette, Military and More!
n7rk at COX.NET
Thu Feb 5 00:24:44 EST 2004
I have the following items for sale that are excess to my needs. Prices
do not include shipping. I will ship overseas.
Heathkit Laboratory LG-1 Signal Generator...............$50 plus
This is the higher end signal generator from the 1960s with shielded
compartments and better performance than the lower end Heathkit signal
generators. Covers 100 kHz to 30 MHz in 5 bands with both CW and
modulated CW functions, a step attenuator with steps in microvolts,
adjustable modulation and jacks are for external modulated source No
manual but they are available from several sources. Tested and works
Heathkit QM-1 Q-Meter......................$100 plus shipping
Rare Heathkit QM-1 Q-Meter. This unit is from around 1952. This
instrument is for working with resonance circuits to determine L and C
and frequency. The unit works and includes a copy of the manual.
Knight CB Checker Ten-2 CB Checker..............$125 plus shipping
This is an interesting Knight piece from the early 1960s. Has the
following functions: SWR, % modulation, Field Strength, Crystal
activity, monitor, signal generator, Code Oscillator (on a piece of CB
test equipment?), audio oscillator. This is a collector quality unit
with original box, manual and all original paperwork.
Lafayette HB-76 VHF Receiver.............$35 plus shipping
This is a VHF receiver from the 1960's that covers 152-174 MHz. The
unit is in excellent condition cosmetically and does work.
Eico 717 Electronic Keyer........$50 plus shipping
This keyer was designed to match the Eico 753 transceive from the
1960's. The keyer needs some work. The unit comes on and works
momentarily and than dies which would indicate a defective component or
tube. Includes a copy of the manual.
Signal Corps U.S. Army Test Set Frequency Meter Test Set I-129-B
Military set of James Millen wattmeters covering 1.5 to 40 MHz. Case
manufactured by Hickok . Excellent condition
ZM-3A/U Capacitance Analyzer..........$75 plus shipping
Nice unit, works well, new power cord. Insides look like new. Don't have
a manual , however they are available from several sources on the
Book - "The Portable Radio in American Life" ..........$25 plus shipping
This is a 260 page book published in 1991 covers the
history of portable tube radios and transistor radios from the 1920's to
the 1970's. Includes historical information on Sony, Zenith radio,
Admiral radio and many other brands who built portable radios. This is
an excellent reference book if you collect portable and transistor
radios. These are new books. This is a great radio reference book. I
have 2 of these books left.
Set of crystals for the Navy TDQ transmitter...$75 plus shipping
Their are 24 crystals of which 23 ( a few duplicates) are the original
Navy crystals; one crystal is not. The wooden box is in great shape
also. Here are the frequencies all in MHz: 5.80,12.90,13.10, 13.26,
13.82, 14.02, 14.02, 14.30, 15.62 ,15.64, 15.66, 15.68,15.78,15.84,
15.85, 15.86,15.86,15.86,15.92,15.92, 16.00, 16.24
Drake ML-2 Marker Luxury 2 Meter Transceiver...........$60 plus shipping
This 1971 2 meter transceiver has a solid state receiver and a tube
final putting out 10 watts plus. Also has a built-in AC/DC power supply.
This one is in nice condition and works well. This one has the original
crystals for 34-94, 94 Simplex. For more info on this radio visit this
Thanks for looking.
Dave N7RK Boatanchors Home Page:
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and what ever else looks interesting!
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