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Old 01-28-2013, 1:45 PM
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My landlord just dropped off all these radios that were his fathers and said here keep em i dont want them anymore, But i honestly dont know what they are and or if they are worth keeping, Or how to use any of them, I am a scanner guy.


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1-Royce 1-601 CB He left 2 of them
2- Digicom 100 no clue never seen one before
3- Teaberry base Model T
bottom- Pace 1000B Sidetalk

right side bottom is a CDE transmit/receive direction control

He also left 4 SWR meters, Speakers, power supplies, microphones,coax jumpers and coax switches.

Thanks to anyone that can give me some insight, Or does any of this have trade value toward a scanner or is it all scrap ???
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Old 01-28-2013, 2:13 PM
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70's vintage CB equipment. Don't know if you have much trade value there. But like they say, someone is allways looking for something.
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Old 01-28-2013, 8:40 PM
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I put power to the 2 big radios and they powered up, I dont have a CB antenna to see if they transmit. They are some pretty cool old radios.
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The digicom 100 is the only one maybe worth keeping besides the power supplies.
Nice landlord!

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Well if your not going to sell or trade them I would keep all of it.
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Besides a CB in the truck for vacations, I am just not into CB radio, They may end up in a tote in the garage. The 2 bottom ones are just really cool, I have a shelf with several vintage scanners one of them may end up on it to look at.
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Ok they are in the way, They are on the way to a tote in the garage unless somebody has a idea who collects them.
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The Teaberry tube radio looks very much like a Lafayette Comstat 25A or 25B.

I am not sure but Lafayette may have made that for Teaberry.
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Old 02-11-2013, 10:10 AM
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I wonder if it still transmits, I dont have a antenna to put on it, Everything powered up and appeared to work normally. I built a shelf this weekend to put all the radios on so they were not sitting in boxes.
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