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Author Topic: Complete 1954-1955 Antique Station For Sale !!! Price Change  (Read 1571 times)
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N3YH
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« on: July 19, 2011, 08:12:17 AM »

Hello! Here we have a complete antique 1954-1955 Station consisting of...

   ... Central Electronics 20A Transmitter with FACTORY Assembled 458 VFO
(C.E. VFO's were also available as a kit - Factory units are a modified Military ARC 5 in a Factory Matching case - looks museum quality. Radio also has the QT-1 Vox control. 10/15/20/40/80 & 160 Meters, AM/PM/SB1/SB2/CW)...

   ... PLUS A SECOND (Spare) C.E. 20A  + A SECOND (Spare) Factory 458 VFO
(Has vernier dials added to the carrier nulls tuning knobs. Also has the QT-1 Vox control)...

   ... Hallicrafter's SX-96 Receiver...

   ... "1 Of A Kind" Modified Astatic D-104 Mic
(complete PTT lever assembly removed and custom leather stem hand-grip since the 20A has rotary knob PTT control on face of radio + 2 megohm resistors in series on mic lead AND foam & cotton cloth baffle in mic head for full "rag-chew" audio response)

   ... Dowkey Relay (contact points need cleaned now)...

   ... PLUS  A "Dual 813" 40" Tall Cabinet Amplifier!!!
(This is built from plans in the July 1954 QST and I have a good copy of the issue included. The amp should be gone over as it's sat untouched 20+ years... and I have a total of 5 tubes for it!!!) I was going to repaint the amp to match the C.E. 20A!!!

Asking $1000 obo - COMPLETE STATION!!!
Pickup in North Delaware area.
PLEASE Email Will at  OldToyTrains@aol.com for more photos or questions

Thanks For Looking & Good Luck!!!
Blessings & 73!
Will & Wendy,
N3YH & K3WMS


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N3YH
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« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2011, 10:30:41 AM »

Including a couple extra photos here + I forgot to mention...

I ALSO have a Large Variac if you want to regulate the input into the amplifier (available - may be included in price if not haggling!)

The SX-96 is a nice working unit and has only required 1 tube in the last 3 years of moderate use as a second receiver...

The Primary 20A is all original & I've completed 3 "Worked All States" QRP / Phone with this transmitter...

... and I have never powered up the Spare 20A or Spare 458 VFO - I took them incase I ever needed parts or to double check circuits if needed.

Thanks For Looking & Good Luck!!!
Blessings & 73!
Will & Wendy,
N3YH & K3WMS


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