Need Navigator panel

Bill Fuqua wlfuqu00 at UKY.EDU
Tue May 27 13:24:23 EDT 2008

    I found at Dayton several years ago a homebrew 813 transmitter, self 
contained, with power supply. It had a navigator chassis built into it. So 
there is no front panel or cabinet. I think the cabinet from my challenger 
will work but still no front panel.  The dial and some of the knobs are 
still there.
It works.
    I either need to locate a front panel or trade or sell it to some one 
for part. Knowing how rare the Navigator is, I'd rather restore it.  Even 
if I have to make a panel.

Bill wa4lav

At 08:30 PM 5/26/2008 -0400, Bob Peters wrote:
>Hi Guys, Anyone heard of or know the value of a Geloso Receiver and
>transmitter combo???
>A G-209 Receiver and a G-222 Transmitter. Stuff looks fantastic but very
>little on the web from the USA.. It is CW and AM only built late 50's
>early 60's. Any idea on value???
>Very Best 73's
>Bob W1PE
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