[AMRadio] [FWD]: HEAVY IRON FOR SALE


Gary Blau gblau at w3am.com
Mon Sep 20 19:06:44 EDT 2004


FWIW, I'm posting this note from the Broadcast.net radio-tech email
list.
I thought one of you gents might be interested in an old Collins AM
boatanchor.  
Contact Bobby directly:
----------------------------------------

ATTENTION AM COLLECTORS & HAM OPERATORS
 
I HAVE UNEARTHED THE FOLLOWING AND HAVE CLEARANCE TO SELL THIS ITEM:
 
1 COLLINS 21E-1 AM BROADCAST TRANSMITTER DRIVER BAY
SERIAL NUMBER 24
BUILT ON 12-21-1954
 
MY UNDERSTANDING IS THAT THIS TRANSMITTER WAS A 250 WATT BACKUP
TRANSMITTER. IT THE DRIVER ONLY PORTION OF THE
FULL 5500 WATT AM TRANSMITTER. IT IS IN IMACULATE CONDITION, ALL
ORIGINAL AND I HAVE THE BOOK AND ORIGINAL TEST
DATA. 
 
IT IS IN GEORGIA.  IT HAS BEEN ON THE AIR IN THE LAST 8 YEARS. I AM
MOVING MY AM SITE AND THE MUSEUM PIECES NEED TO GO
TO GOOD HOMES. IF THERE IS NO INTEREST ON THIS LIST I WILL PUT AN ADD IN
QST AND THEN IM GONNA PUT IT ON EBAY.  I
WANTED TO KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY OUT OF THE GATE. I CAN E-MAIL PICTURES
OFF LIST OR CAN EMAIL TO SOMEONE TO POST ON
A TEMP SITE. TOO BUSY TO BUILD A SITE RIGHT NOW. I AM DICTATING THIS
EMAIL TO AN ASSISTANT. 
 
BOBBY GRAY
bgray at archwaybroadcasting.com
ARCHWAY BROADCASTING
COLUMBUS GEORGIA
-------------------------------

g




More information about the AMRadio mailing list

This page last updated 15 Dec 2017.