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Antenna identifying

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Apr 13, 2010
Enfield, CT
The antenna that I found is on ebay and you can access by going to the ebay website and type in MONR32 in the search bar.

The antenna should be the first item in the list, with pictures and description and selling price.

Jun 15, 2008
It's monr32 trunk lip mount, i have a few, the add is wrong, the range is 25 mhz to 1.3 gig , it'll leave the Austin spectra in the dust (so to speek) if mate it with a magnet mount then it's called a mon33, image thanks to Prcguy


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Mar 31, 2010
It's monr32 trunk lip mount...if mate it with a magnet mount then it's called a mon33...
Actually the MONR33 is a rooftop/deck mount antenna that requires cutting a 3/8" mounting hole. The MONR51 (newer model number) and the MON-51 (older model number labeled as only covering up to 470 MHz) were the magnetic mount versions of the Antenna Specialists scanner antenna.
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