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Author Topic: Getting rid of WWII Radios  (Read 1540 times)

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Offline Sgt.103

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Getting rid of WWII Radios
« on: January 12, 2011, 09:40:46 AM »
I have the following for sale:

2 BC-611 radios. Tested in the 80's and functioned, but haven't been turned on since. Have been stored in clean dry areas since. Both are in excellent shape, with one needing some carry strap harware to make it 100%.

1 BC-1000 (With power adapter)

This runs. I have everything except the accessory bag and battery box.

I am accepting reasonable offers. These are excess and I don't need to get rid of them, I would just like to free up some storage space. :-)

please email me at kiltedguard +at+ Yahoo +dot+ com.

-Jeremiah