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Modar radio information

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Oct 30, 2016
Does anyone know about Modar radios?
I was given a Modar triton but know nothing about it, or know where I can find information about them?


Jun 30, 2006
So Cal - Richardson, TX - Tewksbury, MA
It was a 1970s vintage crystal controlled VHF marine radio. I had two of the amateur versions called the Metrum but they needed repair so I traded them off.

In their day they were probably one of the best performing VHF marine or 2m amateur radios you could buy. Today their not worth the shipping cost if you buy one. I've seen manuals on the Internet and with a little searching it will turn up.
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