FS: Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio receiver on ebay

FS: Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio receiver on ebay

Post by JoeKB8Q » Mon, 15 Mar 1999 04:00:00

This message is for those of you that stay off of ebay...too bad, there's
great stuff on there. Here's the description of the 75A-4 I put there.

Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio Receiver with matching speaker. Works great!
Using just a simple wire antenna, it pulls in distant stations with crystal
clarity. Tube set from the late 1950's. Proceeds from sale go to Seneca Radio
Club W8ID Field Day Tent Fund.

After the description are plenty of great photos. Please go and see them.

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=77736556

Happy bidding.
73
Joe

P.S. If you want to reply to me via e-mail..take spamsux out of address
first.

 
 
 

FS: Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio receiver on ebay

Post by BB Wol » Mon, 15 Mar 1999 04:00:00


Joe,

   That wouldn't happen to be the 75A4 your friend was selling for $200 is it ???

-ERIC


> This message is for those of you that stay off of ebay...too bad, there's
> great stuff on there. Here's the description of the 75A-4 I put there.

> Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio Receiver with matching speaker. Works great!
> Using just a simple wire antenna, it pulls in distant stations with crystal
> clarity. Tube set from the late 1950's. Proceeds from sale go to Seneca Radio
> Club W8ID Field Day Tent Fund.

> After the description are plenty of great photos. Please go and see them.

> http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=77736556

> Happy bidding.
> 73
> Joe

> P.S. If you want to reply to me via e-mail..take spamsux out of address
> first.

 
 
 

FS: Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio receiver on ebay

Post by Larry R. Johns » Mon, 15 Mar 1999 04:00:00



>   That wouldn't happen to be the 75A4 your friend was selling for $200 is it ???
>-ERIC


>> This message is for those of you that stay off of ebay...too bad, there's
>> great stuff on there. Here's the description of the 75A-4 I put there.
>> Collins 75A-4 Amateur Radio Receiver with matching speaker. Works great!
>> Using just a simple wire antenna, it pulls in distant stations with crystal
>> clarity. Tube set from the late 1950's. Proceeds from sale go to Seneca Radio
>> Club W8ID Field Day Tent Fund.
>> After the description are plenty of great photos. Please go and see them.

>> http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=77736556
>> Happy bidding. 73 Joe

I have a 75A-4 (no speaker) that I plan to put on ebay, too, one of these
days when I get a digital camera to take a picture of it. No, I didn't pay
$200 for mine, but it did come from an estate sale, along with a 75S-1/32S-1
station that will also be sold.
LJ