|[AMRadio] Re: [Boatanchors] surplus sites/boatanchor haunts sought|
Foltarz at rocketmail.com
Thu Feb 3 19:36:24 EST 2005
The only place that vaguely resembles a surplus house is probably Skycraft
Electronics on Fairbanks Ave in Winter Park near Orlando.
Some vintage test equipment. Excellent wire selection. In fact, I was driving
from Tampa to Cleveland and stopped in to see if what they had. As it turned
out they had the exact S0 covered wire to make up a generator cable for my
GRC9. I had gotten the connectors at Dayton from Mendelson.
Other than that there is mostly parts & hardware. No BC348's No crates of
--- "Todd, KA1KAQ" <ka1kaq at gmail.com> wrote:
> Greetings -
> Looking for information on possible surplus outlets and other items of
> heavy radio interest, as well as any events taking place in the month
> of February, in or around the Tampa Bay/Clearwater area of Florida. So
> far the only plan is to take a look at Kermit's toys up in Polk City
> and visit a Cold War display in Tampa. I realize that the day of the
> surplus radio store has all but vanished, but it would still be nice
> to find some stuff to look at. Wouldn't mind meeting up with some of
> the folks from the lists for coffee, lunch, or just a good ol' BS
> session. A conveniently-scheduled February hamfest would be too much
> to ask for, I know.
> Many thanks -
> de Todd/'Boomer' KA1KAQ
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