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    Ww2 US Army radio receiver & transmitter

    Ww2 field radio
    Have had this for years no clue if it is operational but it is in good condition.
    I believe it is dated 1945
    seen similar ones sell between $250 an $500.
    here is one sold on Ebay $425


    I'll start mine at $300 o.b.o. buyer pays shipping.
    open to trades as well.

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    That looks cool, Duck.
    Not 425 cool, but cool. It looks clean, too. Lots of times the battery compartment will be corroded all to hell.
    BTW, 3.885 MHz is in the ham radio HF band. One needs an Amateur radio General or Extra class license. There is apparently an antique military radio net on this freq.
    from time to time.

    TJC
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    Finally sold this thing. Collector from WI bought it For $210 who knew something my Dad bought me from yard sale or a PX don't remember which regardless was to keep me out of his hair. Running around the neighborhood on special missions calling in airstrikes and tank support.
    Guess I better have Dad over for a steak.

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