|[AMRadio] FS: Globe Scout 40, SX-111, BC-779, BC-348|
Merz Donald S
merz.ds at mellon.com
Fri Sep 17 10:54:51 EDT 2004
I have my usual out-of-space crisis going on here. The following stuff is headed to eBay within 2 weeks or so. This e-mail is a heads up in case there is something here that someone on the list just has to have.
Globe Scout 40. The first WRL transmitter in near-mint original condition. But only have one coil for it. With docs. Working. $150
Hallicrafters SX-111. Looks great. Working badly. $150
Military BC-779 with matching power supply. The good news is that the radio comes in the rare, original, military desktop cabinet. The power supply is also in a cabinet, though the cabinet is a later add-on and not original. Both units are all original. Radio has good original knobs. Bandswitch works well, as does tuning. The bad news is that both front panels have some sort of rot and will need refinished. Untested and needing restoration. As-is. With original manuals and a partly-cannibalized parts radio. I'd like to get $250 for the whole deal.
BC-348. I think this is a "Q" model made by Wells-Gardner. The front panel looks very good and appears to be all-original, with the tag. But the dial lamp knob has had an on-off switch grafted to it and a homebrew AC supply has been bolted to the rear. No unoriginal holes or rust or other ugly surprises. I have not run this in 2 years but I will check it out if working condition is a requirement for the buyer. $135
Thanks for looking.
73, Don Merz, N3RHT
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