[AMRadio] RE: W2VJZ Estate Sale - DX100's Galore & Other Stuff

cemilton at aol.com cemilton at aol.com
Wed Mar 28 19:56:25 EST 2007

I was transferred from my native South to the NE back in the 70's.  
Worked in Manhattan (WTC) for two years but lived in Berkeley Heights 
about 15 minutes from Liberty Corners.  If that real estate is really 
28 acres, forget the structures.  The land alone in that little 
township is worth more than gold.  Millions is the correct assessment.  
I'd almost bet the structures qualify for historical preservation 
status.  Oh, BTW, I made it back to the South........ never to leave 
again (at least while living). Hi Hi

I'd sure like to lay hands on the HT-4 though.....................


-----Original Message-----
From: manualman at juno.com
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Sent: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 8:45 PM
Subject: Re: [AMRadio] RE: W2VJZ Estate Sale - DX100's Galore & Other 

   I would suspect all the value is in the property and not the 
Probably worth millions without even considering the zoning. Irb sat on 
real estate gold mine for many years.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Wed, 28 Mar 2007 19:22:48 -0500 "D. Chester" <k4kyv at charter.net>
> Looks like a treasure trove of collectables - both radio and
> non-radio.  The
> house looks a little run down, but I suspect the structure is
> basically
> sound.  Pity he had no-one to leave it to, who could appreciate it
> all.
> Looks like the ideal place for an old tyme ham station.
> If I still lived in the northeast, I'd probably skip Deerfield to
> attend the
> auction.  Looks like there may be more goodies than might show up at
> the
> flea market..  Hope enough interested hams show up that the stuff
> doesn't
> end up in a land fill.
> Also, hope audiophools and exporters to Asia don't show up to scarf
> up the
> best items.
> Don k4kyv
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