[AMRadio] 1 kw broadcast transmitter available--free

Skip Frolik frolik at gulftel.com
Tue Feb 10 02:13:42 EST 2009

Not to step on any feelings that may have come before me ....
But .... where in Southern Alabama ?????
I ask because I'm in Loxley slap dab between Mobile Alabama
and Pensacola Florida on the coast.
Also I think my Diesel F-250 4x4 and 20 foot trailer ought
to be able to load and tote that critter  .... Hehehe.
In addition I never sell "Nuttin" or throw "Nuttin" away.
If you don't believe me .... ask the wife. But be ready
for an ear full ....


-----Original Message-----
From: amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net [mailto:amradio-bounces at mailman.qth.net]
On Behalf Of Charles Wooten NF4A
Sent: Monday, February 09, 2009 11:01 PM
To: amradio at mailman.qth.net
Subject: [AMRadio] 1 kw broadcast transmitter available--free

I have access to a free CCA Electronics Model 1000-D AM broadcast

It must be picked up as soon as possible and you are responsible for all
loading and moving out of the building. The transmitter is in Southern
Alabama. This would be a great rig for 160 or 75 meters. The transmitter is
currently on the low end of the AM band....560 kHz. This transmitter was
working when taken out of service 2 years ago. It has a pair of 4-400As
modulating a pair of 4-400As.

THIS IS FOR HAM RADIO USE ONLY.....I will be your worst nightmare if I catch
you trying to sell it on eBay or putting on the broadcast band, etc.

Please have interested parties contact me ASAP....first come, first served.
Remember it must be picked up as soon as possible.


Charlie NF4A
nf4a at clearchannel.com

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