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Old FCC CB License?

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NYRHKY94

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Hello All:

Not sure if this is the right thread for this, but here goes. I had a CB license from the FCC back in the early 70's when they were required. I'd love to get a copy of that for nostalgia purposes, but can't find those anywhere on-line (including the FCC site).

Anybody know of a way to get a copy of these?

Thanks!
 

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NYRHKY94 said:
Anybody know of a way to get a copy of these?

Thanks!
Wish I knew but I still have a few of my old QSL cards.
73 good buddy from KCR-7930
 

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GreatLakes:

:) I saw that during my search. Funny thing is I think 1974 is the year I sent my $20 into the FCC for my CB license!

P.S. I e-mailed the FCC about my request. Not sure if I'll get a reply.
 

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If you do manage to get a copy let us know.. I'd be interested to get a copy of the license my dad had, and which I ran under as a kid...

KBHB-3814
 

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Since the FCC is unable to provide older Ham licenses, it's unlikely they could provide old CB licenses. If it's not in their database, they don't have the info.

That is, if a ham wants an older license's info, it's gone. When you update your license, the FCC does not retain archives of 'old' info, only 'current' info. And once a license is expired for sufficient time, it's purged.
 

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n9mxq said:
If you do manage to get a copy let us know.. I'd be interested to get a copy of the license my dad had, and which I ran under as a kid...

KBHB-3814
10-4.
KGL-7774
 

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Good luck on the license copy. I'd love to have a copy of mine!

Keep the shinny side up, and the dirty side down!
You got the one Iron Horse, I'm southbound, I'm down, I'm gone!
Bye Bye!

KSI-6569
 

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Ahhhh the 70's how time flies. 20 bucks for a licence and gas for 30 - 40 cents per gal.
Greetings from: KSA-9211 & KSG-1635
 

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If you can find anyone who has an old CB license, get them to take a digital photo of it and email it to you. You should be able to get someone to photoshop your dad's callsign into it and get a printout. That is the only way I could think of doing it.

Bob
 

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Yeah, breaker one-nine, this here's the Rubber Duck,
You got a copy on me Pigpen? C'mon.)
(Ah yeah, ten-four Pigpen, for sure, for sure.
By golly it's clean clear to Flagtown. C'mon.)
(Yeah, that's a big ten-four there Pigpen. Yeah, we definitely got the
Front door good buddy. Mercy sakes alive, looks like we got us a convoy)

KKF-4422
 
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