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Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by WA4CZD, Dec 22, 2018.

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  1. N1FM

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  2. N0NB

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    There's a lot of ham but I see no radio. ;)
     
  3. KP4SX

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    Look on the package. Its HAM !
     
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  4. KN6SD

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    YOU HAD TO SPOIL THE fantasy, didn't you???
     
  5. KN6SD

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    I miss AES, I used to deal with the Vegas store most of the time... Great bunch of guys....
     
  6. W4NNF

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    As I told him, it ain't like I'm still 17, either. :D
     
  7. KA0HCP

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    AES was always good to me, and I gave them my business. When I bought my TS-450 around 1993, the salesman talked me out of buying the accessory DSP unit!! That's an honest rep.
     
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    broadcasting dec 19 1949 WSM.jpg Broadcast band WSM but a cool font anyway
     
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  9. N0NB

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    I know I bought my Coco 2 around mid November '83 as I bought it about two weeks after my Novice license showed up. It was featured in a sales circular and it seems as though it was less than $200 by the time the new '84 catalog was out with a much higher price tag! The catalogs were usually out around this time of year for the next year, as I recall. Computer prices were starting to free fall about that time.

    The Coco 2 appears in the '84 catalog for $320 for 16k extended color BASIC: http://www.radioshackcatalogs.com/html/1984/h178.html
    and the Coco was still listed for $400 for 64k: http://www.radioshackcatalogs.com/html/1984/h179.html

    Check out the Coco 2 64k upgrade for $150! Makes modern RAM modules a real steal!

    Here is the back page of the 1983 catalog featuring the Coco: http://www.radioshackcatalogs.com/html/1983/h184.html


    I gave the Coco 2 away to a ham in the Enid, OK area in the mid '90s. He became a silent key some years ago and the Coco 2 is probably in a land fill.
     
  10. KI7HSB

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    Same sorta thing happened to my X... In retrospect, I'm glad that she left me.

    My current YL is Japanese. They age well. She's 61 and looks 35.
     

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