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« on: March 30, 2019, 05:00:07 PM »

I have  had this radio since 1963. I am the original owner. It has the the dynamotor and control box.
Runs on a 12 to 14  volt battery or power supply.  It has 2 plug in  coils to select bands.  It covers 3-7 Mhz.  I used this radio as my first receiver.  It was tough when the band was busy, and no BFO.
It has the original 2 plug in coils.  Tube and caps are original.  I
 
This shows how well  built and design ed.  This is an example of US WW2 how excellent they build things for the war effort. If you are interested interest in mil radios more  email me for pics and any questions you may have. 
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