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Author Topic: ham gear stolen, Ann Arbor, MI (Decembeer 2003)  (Read 1228 times)
WB8UPM
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« on: December 09, 2003, 05:55:53 PM »

Model and Serial Numbers for ham radios stolen
from 5330 Scio Church Road, Ann Arbor, MI, on 12/3/2003.

Washtenaw County Sheriff Office complaint #: 03-51203.

Please contact: Corwin Moore (WB8UPM) at
(734) 769-1616 or at corwinmoore@att.net

Quantity/Make/Model/Serial Number/Color/Value/Description/Dimension

3 of Icom radio, model IC U-16, S/Ns 460-021590, 460-023587, 460-022786.
Color: black. Value: $400 apiece. Land Mobile handheld UHF radio
transceivers.  Approx physical dimensions: 1.5" think, 3.5" wide,
10" high. (Without the battery pack, height is 6".) Antennas add 6"
to height. Each was in a black snap-cover, holster-type carrying case
with the "Midland" name embossed on the front.

1 of Radio Shack radio, Model 19-1110 (HTX 10), S/N: 40293-14510-02A00(?).
Color: black. Value: $250. 10 meter ham radio mobile transceiver.
Dimensions (approx): 2.5" high, 8" wide, 10" deep.

1 of Kenwood radio, model TM-331A, S/N 80100011. Color: black.
Value: $420. 220 MHz ham radio transceiver.
Dimensions (approx): 2" high, 7" wide, 9" deep.

1 of Kenwood radio, model TM-441A, S/N 61000031. Color: black.
Value: $420. 440 MHz ham radio transceiver.
Dimensions (approx): 2" high, 7" wide, 9" deep.

2 of Azden radios, model PCS-7500H, S/Ns C362418, C362365.
Color: black. Value: $500 apiece. 6-meter ham radio mobile
transceivers. Dimensions (approx): 3" high, 7" wide, 10" deep.
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KG4PFO
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« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2003, 12:26:17 AM »

Sorry about your loss.......Did you have gold hidden in these units?? Value......WOW!!
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« Reply #2 on: December 23, 2003, 03:57:55 AM »

I also sympathize with you on the thefts, but where did you get the values from?

The HTX-10 was a $150 radio brand new from radio shack before they clearenced them out at $50-$100.

I don't know what the legitimate value of the other radios would be, but I would be hard pressed to value the HTX-10 at more than $150.

Jim
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WB8UPM
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« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2003, 01:41:15 PM »

The values were derived from their original purchase prices. Still have the receipts, original shipping containers, etc.

- Corwin Moore (WB8UPM)
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N0FPE
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« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2004, 08:35:24 PM »

DAMN if those are the orginal purchase prices remind all of us NOT to buy radios where you do!!!

Dan
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