Discussion in '"Boat Anchor" & Classic Equipment' started by WD0GOF, Mar 24, 2010.
The TenTec in the photo has been replaced by a SR-2000.
Do you like Hallicrafters stuff by any chance?
That is really nice.
I Like That... Good Job OM
Nice, but not enough tonnage to be considered real boat anchors.
Hey, its got filaments and puts out a nice glow in the dark. Also, puts out enough voltage to kill you if you get stupid! That's good enough for me. Congrats OM on a very nice radio from a Heathkit bum, (HW-101 es SB-220)
I was always impressed by how that vintage of Hallicrafters works. Except for the lack of 160 (which kills them for me) I liked them a lot.
"that's real purrdy Clark hope you didn't do that on my account"
Nice. Very nice.
Well, not quite all "boat anchors" since there are 7 solid-state units (3 each 10 meter, 1 each 6 meter, 1 each 2 meter, 1 each 1.25 meter, and 1 each VLF units). However, most of the units are tube-type.