Big Iron for sale in Casper, WY

Discussion in 'Amplitude Modulation - AM Fans' started by WB0RIO, Oct 10, 2018.

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  1. WB0RIO

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  2. W7TFO

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    Nice iron.

    Big? Eh, but nice just the same.

    73DG
     
  3. K4KYV

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    No view of what's inside the box. I wouldn't bet on much more than DX-100 power.

    Still, worth checking out if you live nearby. Items like that are probably few and far between in WY. But extremely unlikely worth $1000.
     
  4. K9STH

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    Methinks the "best offer" is not going to be more than a couple of hundred dollars, if that much!

    Glen, K9STH
     
  5. K5UJ

    K5UJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    to make the sale with homebrew there needs to be lots of photos, front panel plus chassis inside. I can't believe how many listings there are on swap.qth.com that don't have any photos at all. how hard is it nowadays to upload a photo. on the other hand, ER has listings and no photos but I somehow think there's less likelihood of fraud there.
     
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  6. KF7TLL

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    On QTH one can ONLY upload a singe pic..... Silly if you ask me
     
  7. WZ5Q

    WZ5Q Ham Member QRZ Page

    You got that right.

    About 6 years ago, I saw an add in QTH for a Plate Modulated Rig sporting a 4-1000 modulated by a pair of 3-500z's. This rig was homebrewed by Big Al, K1JCL in Connecticut using some nice Broadcast Iron. Before I even considered making the 3200 mile round trip to purchase it, you can be sure I had every deck pulled out. I had them send me high rez pictures of every square inch of all the chassis, the glass, the magnetics, and the rack cabinet. It helped that there were also some rough schematics of it.

    I ultimately made it to Connecticut and the rig now lives in Louisiana. I would have never even thought about making that trip without those detailed pictures.
     
  8. W7TFO

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    Indeed. A lot like my latest odyssey to Iowa for that Raytheon.

    Tons of groundwork, with lots of help from fellow hams.

    73DG
     
  9. WB0RIO

    WB0RIO Ham Member QRZ Page

    Ok, change that to "Mid-sized Iron", I suppose to be qualified as big on this sub-forum,
    it would require a fork lift to move.

    I too would love to see what's behind all of the gray panels.
     
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