|[AMRadio] Re: estate sale|
crawfish at surfmore.net
Sun Aug 13 20:00:32 EDT 2006
I am not Dennis, but the tuning units are from the BC-375.I have one of the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Edward B Richards" <zuu6k at juno.com>
To: <amradio at mailman.qth.net>
Sent: Sunday, August 13, 2006 5:32 PM
Subject: [AMRadio] Re: estate sale
> Hi Dennis;
> Long time, no see. I didn't make it up to SLO this year. How was it?
> Dennis, I got some stuff from an estate sale that included 4 each
> TRANSMITTER TUNING UNITS. Made by GE for the army in a 1941 contract.
> They are 16-3/4" wide X 7-5/8" high X 7-1/2" deep. Black crackle finish.
> One is in a metal housing. I have no idea what transmitter they go with.
> The numbers are:
> 1. TU-9-B, Freq 7700 kc-10000 kc, s/n A9089
> 2. TU-10-B, Freq 10000 kc-125000 kc, s/n 37035
> 3. TU-5-B, Freq 1500 kc-3000 kc, s/n 68
> 4. TU-5-B, Freq 1500 kc- 3000 kc, s/n 60607
> Should I spend the time cleaning them up for sale or just toss them into
> a dumpster?
> I also will be posting some tubes for sale soon. Some appear to be new.
> Types such as 808, 249B,304TL/TH, 250TH, 813, 4D32, 810, 304TH, 866,
> 872A, and more. Any market for these?
> Thanks for your advice, Dennis.
> 73, Ed Richards K6UUZ
> Simi Valley, Ca 93065
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