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COLLINS 20V3 transmitter complete but unmodified

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« on: January 17, 2018, 09:19:03 PM »

There comes a time when one has to decide what is more important in life and I have decided that I no longer have the time/space to modify and place this wonderful transmitter on the air for myself. Sad but true  Cry Just a lot of changing circumstances in life has lead me to this decision.

I have many other high power projects for AM that are also taking up space here.

The 20V3 came from a station in the southwest on 630 AM. Its in decent shape. This is not a project for someone who expects to plug it in when they get it home and get on the air right away. Nope. You will need to carefully clean, lubricate, install all the iron back into this beast, and wire it back up correctly, and modify the RF stages for amateur use in order to successfully put it on the air. Im sure there are many folks capable of this.

I have an extra modulation xfmr that also goes with the deal.

It has to go as one package. You provide the muscle power and transportation to pick it ALL up from where I live in Northeast PA.

$1000 FIRM cash....No lesser offers will be accepted.

Here is a link to  the initial tour of the transmitter.


Stephanie WX3K
Eico 720/722/730  HRO50T
"Thunder is good; Thunder is impressive but it is lightning that does the work" ...Mark Twain
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