[AMRadio] FS: GP-7/ARB station, Omni VI/OPT3, AX-190, Grammar TX,


Merz Donald S merz.ds at mellon.com
Tue Jul 12 12:50:46 EDT 2005


For Sale. All prices are plus shipping.

GP-7/ARB pair. Both units are reworked and mostly ready to put on the air. Both units are accessorized out the wazoo with mounts, tuning units, control boxes and all. The ARB works well (on the original dynamotor) but the wiring to the control boxes has not been done. The ARB has some rare accessories including the shock mount, the goofy ZB-3 homing adapter, and an empty spares chest. The ZB-3 is brand new with the original spares box, etc. The GP-7 has been ham modified to run on an external power supply that is only partially built. It includes the mounting rails, all the useful tuning units with steel storage boxes, etc. The GP-7 will run from any regular TX supply. I'd like $1000 for this gorgeous WWII rig. All manuals included. Ask for pictures.

Ten-Tec Omni VI with a factory option 3 upgrade to make it into an Omni VI+. This has the 250 and 500 cycle CW filters in it. If there's a better receiver in a rig, I've not heard it. With power supply, desk mic and all original manuals. Working perfectly. This transceiver was originally rack-mounted and has a nasty scratch on top from whatever was mounted above it. Otherwise, looks great. $1400

Hammarlund large speaker for HQ-180 and similar. Nice shape but some scuffs along front trim. $79
 
Allied AX-190 ham bands receiver with matching speaker and original manual. Front panel looks great. Cabinet has some scratches, but nothing obnoxious. All original. Working well. $109

1930's Homebrew CW TX. This was built from a March, 1937 QST article by George Grammar. It is a 19" rackmount requiring 10.5" of rack space. It has a steel chassis and panel. The front panel is clean and looks like the picture in QST. I will include a copy of the construction article. This was designed to use an 804 tube in the final but this one had an 803 in the final when I found it. Uses plug in coils but these are mostly missing. It is not built exactly according to the article but it looks to be pretty close. No power supply. As-is. Needs work. From the estate of 8AIG. $40

Harvey Wells Bandmaster Deluxe HF transmitter with original VFO and original HW power supply. Also included are a set of original HW bulletins on the Bandmaster. The power supply is an open chassis design with some mild grunge on the chassis. Otherwise, this thing is really nice. Working as it sits. $300

Meissner Signal Shifter EX--rackmount version. The rack panel was a separate option and is seldom seen. Looks great. Working. $215

Thanks for looking.
73, Don Merz, N3RHT
 
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