Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KF4SCI, May 1, 2017.
here my old design
Bussy with a design for the new batch printing soon
Printed by ux5uo
Cummins Turbo Diesel - 6BT
With a Bosch VE injection pump right? I kinda miss my old first gen Dodge that was powered by the same engine, the pickup was utter garbage but the engine made it worth while.
I'm currently in the process of dropping a 1949 Chevy cab onto a C3 Corvette chassis and plan on powering it with a B series Cummins. Always cool to see a fellow diesel hot rodder.
Well, I never thought I'd see this card again. I worked ZL1ACE on 20M a week or so ago, and yesterday he emailed back this scan of my first ever QSL card. I passed my novice/tech on June 30, 1991 and waited anxiously for my call sign. It finally arrived on Aug 17, which felt like an eternity. I quickly ordered commercially printed QSL cards from "Network QSLs" which advertised heavily in the magazines back then, but in the interim I printed off these cards on a Panasonic KXP-1124 dot matrix printer. I designed it using a Commodore Amiga computer. What a blast it was to work Steve nearly 30 years later, and then to get a scan of a card I totally forgot about for so long. Thanks Steve.
Here is a picture of my QSL card. The colors are of the Swedish flag (I am of Swedish descent) and I send out my QSL to let the foreign stations that I have QSOs with know that I am very much anti-war.
73 de Brad, N9EN
Bluff City, Tennessee
In the background of my QSL card is the grave where Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of Turkey.
Changed it to reflect new vanity call