|[AMRadio] FS: More Command Set Miscellany|
Merz Donald S
merz.ds at mellon.com
Tue Nov 9 11:13:03 EST 2004
R-11A receiver. This is form the post-war command set series that is painted gray and has no local tuning controls. The R-11A is the one that covers 190kc-550kc. This one has had 2 of the front panel connectors removed. But it is otherwise complete, and aside from a few paint chips, looks good. Uses 85kc IFs just like the original. $21
BC-459A Transmitter parts set. This covers 7-9.1mc. Black wrinkle. It has a goodly number of ham mods including several unoriginal front panel holes. It has no tubes and the snap-on tube cover is missing. The roller inductor is present--but the little arm with the roller is missing--go figure. The nicest thing about it is that that black wrinkle cover that encloses the chassis is all original and in excellent condition. This radio has restoration potential or use as a parts set. $15
BC-454-B 3-6mc receiver. Aluminum. This has beaucoup ham mods but no unoriginal front panel holes. It is missing the snap-on tube cover. The dynamotor and rear connectors are original but the dyno connector pins have been soldered-to. With all tubes and coils. $18
3-pin modulator power connector for the MD-7/ARC-5. Probably also works with the Army version. Has a short 2 foot cable. $10
8-pin connector for the ARC-5 remote control boxes with 3 foot laced cable attached. $8
A stack of junked-out 3-6mc ARC-5 and ARA receivers for parts. Some are missing coils, some missing tubes. All are drilled and cut quite a bit. $5 each
Command set crystals--for calibrating the transmitters. these are the ones that look like metal tubes with a little "hat" used as a pull. Let me know what frequency you need. $3 each.
Thanks for looking.
73, Don Merz, N3RHT
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