[AMRadio] HB transmitter needs rescue - Portland Maine - rack-sized


Nick England navy.radio at gmail.com
Thu Dec 29 12:03:59 EST 2016


Looks like a large homebrew transmitter built around a Navy chassis? Is it
AM? What's behind the front panels? I don't know.
Contact John directly - I have put the photos he sent me at
http://www.virhistory.com/ham/maine/

Nick England K4NYW
www.navy-radio.com

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From: John Dugan <John.Dugan at caliberhomeloans.com
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Date: Thu, Dec 29, 2016 at 8:24 AM
Subject: RE: Naval Transmitter
To: Nick England <navy.radio at gmail.com
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Hello,

Please share with anyone that would be interested in it.  If someone is
interested in it i would prefer that it's not parted out and they take the
whole thing.  I do know that it is extremely heavy and would take a few
helpers  to get it out of the basement.

It's also located in Portland, Maine.

Thanks,


On Wed, Dec 28, 2016 at 6:32 PM, John Dugan <John.Dugan at caliberhomeloans.com
<javascript:_e(%7B%7D,'cvml','John.Dugan at caliberhomeloans.com');>> wrote:

>
> Hello Nick,
>
> I saw your information online regarding US Navy Radios.  I just bought a
> house from one of my friends father who has had this radio transmitter from
> late 60's from a naval destroyer at Bath Iron Works in Bath Maine.
>
> I don't have any need for it and trying to find out if it's worth anything
> to anyone before it's picked up for scrap metal.
>
> Thanks for any information you can provide.
>
>
>



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Nick England K4NYW
www.navy-radio.com


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