- Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) Community

Call Search

New to Ham Radio?
My Profile

Friends Remembered
Survey Question

DX Cluster Spots

Ham Exams
Ham Links
List Archives
News Articles
Product Reviews
QSL Managers

Site Info
eHam Help (FAQ)
Support the site
The eHam Team
Advertising Info
Vision Statement
About Classifieds Detail

[Classifieds Home]   [Search]   [Help]  

Date Posted by Category User IP

2013-05-02 (UTC)


VHF/UHF Radios


Hello, I have a fully modified Icom 7000 that "Bob Nagy" perfected for me a while back. This is an extremely rare radio. Very solid, and stable, with all the bell's and whistles. This is microminiature amateur radio at its best!

Normally, Bob would not do this kind of work for the general public. But, I was persistent, and it payed off. Normally, He would only do the microphone upgrade, and that is all. End of story.

Yes, It was a rare occasion when he went all out on this unit. Thank you Bob, your the best! :)

Yes, This transceiver will "SEND AND RECEIVE" on 2 meters on up on all modes, bands, and frequencies. This unit also has a small 12 volt cooling fan on top for them hardcore contest days.

Almost forgot, this radio also had the Bob Nagy microphone element upgrade, along with the 'on screen' television modification. Watch tv on your ham radio! Hi Hi

If you want one of the best sounding, and performing Icom 7000's out there, Look no further, this is the "Bad Boy" and worked on by a highly experienced professional, who used to be a lead technician with a Major broadcasting company back in the day.

$1000 + shipping and handling and its yours. Worth every dollar, if compared to a stock everyday Icom 7000. Rarely used, and ready to go. Located in Washington State. USA

P.S. I have received many inquiries about this radio, and wondering if it is still available. If the ad is up, i still have it for sale.

Thank you. 73 K7PWR

Email: **Please Login To send an email** Email this to a friend!
Previous: GE MASTR III VHF Repeaters    More Recent: Icom 703 Plus