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Author Topic: Hallicrafter SX-140  (Read 723 times)
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« on: March 30, 2002, 01:55:18 PM »

Visiting my parents and my Dad has an old Hallicrafter SX 140. Receiver looks in good condition and has very little use. It's over 30 years old.

Was wondering what it's worth would be if it works on all bands as designed.

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73/Mike
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« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2002, 12:55:25 PM »

The SX140's actually about 40 years old.

Hallicrafters made quite a lot of them, evidently, as well as the originally matching transmitter, the HT40, back ~ 1960.  I just saw one in "beautiful" condition sell at the TRW Swap Meet (Redondo Beach, CA) on Saturday, 3/30/02, for $50.

If it's in "collector grade" condition, meaning it looks exactly like it's brand new, all knobs and controls tune smoothly, chassis is shiny, and it is fully functional, it should be worth more to a Hallicrafters collector (there are several around).

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