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KC0QNB

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I was talking to a guy today, that showed an interest in my old CB gear, well that got me to thinking.
I have a few old CB rigs, some cool, some classic, some chrome plated (3-4) old Couriers, two tubers, two solid state. Even a Hallicrafters 6 channel, a Tram XL5 AM/SSB, among other items.
If anyone here is interested in some pics for nostalgia's sake, reply here or send me a pm.
 

angelofwar

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Yes, please share KC! I just want to see some of the older stuff for 1) Nostalgia, and 2) So I have a better idea of what too look out for when I go "shopping" at second hand stores.
 

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Ah the old Haliscratcher. I remember a YL who brought in her CB-3A, dead as the proverbial door nail. I asked her what happened before it died and she told me she was cleaning it and tightened the "loose screws".
 
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