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Stancor 60P info

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Steve W8TOW

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« on: August 09, 2005, 02:10:03 PM »

I just acquired a pre-WWII Stancor 60P tx...
single HK24 modulated by a pair of 6L6's....
All original iron but boy, rough front panel...
There are some labels missing... (I did get the "60-P" label tho)

Would anyone out there have a 60P so I could get a "REAL" close up
pix... one of the under side would be nice too...

Always buiilding & fixing stuff. Current station is a "Old Buzzard" KW, running a pair of Taylor T-200's modulated by Taylor 203Z's; Johnson 500 / SX-101A; Globe King 400B / BC-1004; and Finally, BC-610 with SX28  CU 160m morn & 75m wkends.
73  W8TOW
Vortex Joe - N3IBX

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« Reply #1 on: August 10, 2005, 07:16:02 PM »

Steve - I have a 60P. Please email me offlist st: n3ibx@verizon.net.  I'd be glad to do a fotoshoot for you.

BTW, the 60P is a kewlbeanerz old rig to use on the air. The HK24 final's plate glows a nice orange red at about 30W output. Anymore than that the 6L6's don't make quite enough "poop" to modulate the little triode.

Best Regards,
                     Joe Cro N3IBX

Joe Cro N3IBX

Anything that is Breadboarded,Black Crackle, or that squeals when you tune it gives me MAJOR WOOD!
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