[AMRadio] For Sale: Swan, National, Kenwood, Heathkit,

Mark K3MSB mark.k3msb at gmail.com
Thu Aug 10 18:28:23 EDT 2006

Dave --

I'd like the NC-45 but need to know what shipping will be first.

Mark Bell
66 Flaharty Rd.
Airivlle, PA.,   17302

73 Mark K3MSB

On 8/10/06, David Hollander <n7rk at cox.net> wrote:
> Here are some items for sale.  Prices do not include shipping.  I will
> ship overseas.
> Swan 600R Custom Receiver with SS-16B Filter....$350 plus shipping
> This radio covers 80-10 meters and matches the Swan 600T transmitter.
> The custom model comes with the Noise Blanker, Variable Notch Filter,
> and 16 pole SS-16B SSB filters.The radio is in excellent condition and
> receives well. The insides of the unit are also very clean. The power
> transformer has been replaced and the new one can be seen in the last
> photo. The only other issue is that one of the disks is missing from one
> of the knobs.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/swan600r.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/swan600r4.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/swan600r3.JPG
> Rare" National Radio NC-45.............$125 plus shipping
> This is an 8 tube receiver made from 1941-1945 covering 550 kHz to 30
> MHz. Most models made were made the NC-45 which is an ac/dc receiver.
> The NC-45A has a transformer operated power supply. This radio does work
> and receives signals on all bands but it really need to be recapped and
> aligned. Cosmetically OK but also needs to be cleaned up.  The insides
> look OK but also need to be cleaned up. One interesting thing that I
> noticed is that the main tuning and bandspread knobs are both weighted,
> rather heavy and appear to have come from the factory that way. I do not
> have a manual but they are available from several sources on the web. I
> will include a schematic.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/nc45rcvr.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/nc45rcvr4.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/nc45rcvr6.JPG
> Kenwood TS-520 Transceiver...............$120 plus shipping
> The unit is in very nice shape cosmetically and is compete. The receiver
> works very well but the transmitter is not working. The insides are
> complete and in good condition.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/ts520.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/ts5204.JPG
> Motorola 51X19 Wooden Table Radio-Brown Plaskon Grill...$100 plus shipping
> This is a 5 tube radio from 1942. New electrolytics and most of the
> paper capacitors have been replaced. The set plays well. Cosmetically it
> is in in nice shape although their is a small chip out of the top near
> the edge which can be seen in the photo and the plaskon grill has been
> carefully glued where it had cracked.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/motorola51x19.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/motorola51x194.JPG
> Ten-Tec Power Mite PM3 and Matching AC Supply........$200 plus shipping
> TenTec Power Mite and Matching AC Supply with instructions and original
> box. This is a late 1960's - early 1970's 2 band QRP transceiver that
> covers 40 and 20 meters, CW only. Output power was measured at a couple
> of watts. The radio works and is in pretty nice shape with a few small
> scratches.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/tentec_power_mite.JPG
> Harman Kardon A-10 Allegro Vintage Hi-Fi Amplifier....$60 plus shipping
> This is a mono unit with a pair of two 12AX7's driving a pair of 6BQ5's.
> The rectifier tube is a 6V4. I powered up the unit and it has bad hum so
> it needs new electrolytic caps. The unit is in nice shape and includes
> the original box but no manual.
> http://members.cox.net/radiostuff9/allegro_hk.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiostuff9/allegro_hk3.JPG
> Heathkit IM-10 VTVM..........$20 plus shipping
> The unit is working. It does not include test leads. The test lead uses
> a standard 1/4 inch plug which is included and banana plugs which can be
> obtained from Radio Shack.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/heathim102.JPG
> Big Steel Louvered Cabinet - 19 inch Rack Panel for Homebrew xmtr or
> Linear  Amp.........$50 plus shipping
> This enclosure has a hinged top also. The dimensions are 22 inches long
> by 10.5 inches high x 16 inches deep. The size of the front panel that
> will fit this is 19 inches wide by 8.5 inches high. Other than some
> dust, this is in excellent condition and would be a great enclosure for
> a homebrew ham radio transmitter or linear amplifier.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/big19inchcabinet.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/big19inchcabinet2.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/big19inchcabinet3.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/big19inchcabinet4.JPG
> Steel Project Enclosure for Transmitter or Receiver....$15 plus shipping
> A steel box which would make a nice enclosure for a homebrew receiver,
> transmitter or antenna coupler. The dimensions are 15 inches wide by 9
> inches high by 11.5 inches deep. Their are no dents or dings, it just
> needs a cleaning.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/box2.JPG
> Systron Donner Digital Multimeter Model 7241A (DVM)............$20 plus
> shipping
> This unit will measures ac and dc voltage, dc and ac current and
> resistance up to 20 Mohms. This is in nice shape and is working. I
> checked it with a dc power supply and a resistance decade box and the
> readings look good. It also has a tilt up stand. Uses a standard
> computer type power cord which is included.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/systron_dvm.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx5/systron_dvm3.JPG
> General Electric YGA-4 Audio Oscillator.........$20 plus shipping
> This has been tested and is a working unit.
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/ge_audiogen.JPG
> http://members.cox.net/radiodx3/ge_audiogen2.JPG
> 73 and thanks for looking......Dave
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