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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-08-02 (UTC)

N0UJT

Commercial Radio

FREE! Motorola Micor & Accessories

Years ago I acquired a 1970's era Motorola
Micor. I believe it is state surplus (either
State Police or Department or Roads), VHF-
low Micor mobile radio. It is in somewhat of
a state of disassembly, and I have never
tested or operated the radio. May be missing
a part or two, but the "guts" are intact. I have
the control head, original speaker, mic, and
manual (it's the size of a three-ring binder)
as well. I do want to part with the whole
thing at once. It's just one project I know I'll
never get to!. I believe I have all original
cabling as well. In the spirit of ham radio it
is FREE to a good home. All I ask is that you
pay shipping, or pick it up in Eastern
Nebraska. I'll try to find the cheapest
shipping available as it is rather heavy. I
have seen articles about converting these for
6M or repeater use. Manual states it is
approx 100W output. 73 Andrew, N0UJT

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