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I am wondering if anyone knows where to find a Vertex VX537 for sale and how much they go for? i have searched endlessly and can not find one person or company who has one.
 

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Whats a VX537? Discontinued many moons ago.

Pehaps you are looking for the eVerge EVX-531, EVX-534 or EVX-539. VHF or UHF2 stocked. UHF1 available in 3 business days.
 

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WISCOMM these look like similar to the old VX-510 radios, except they are UHF/VHF only.

Since the VX-537 is UHF/VHF, it would be cheaper to buy what WISCOMM recommends or similar. If you did find some to purchase, make sure the antenna ring is in place, because the radio will not receive or transmit properly without it and these parts are obsolete.
 

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Try PMC Associates in Hazlet NJ. They are a very big Vertex dealer and are official service for NYPD who uses and help design the vx-537.
 
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