Discussion in 'Silent Keys / Friends Remembered' started by W7EDC, Feb 10, 2018.

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    I do not know if anyone will read this.. Things were slow around here and decided to look into some old posts I hade made in different online forums. I looked into an old post I made about ham radio on an Early Bronco (4x4) website. I was sad to look up SQ4IXMs QRZ page to find he was an SK. I wish I could have made a radio contact with him... Sorry Marek, R.I.P.

    Here is Marek’s post on BroncoFix.com...

    My name is Marek,I'm fresh Bronco II owner from Poland.Fresh in Bronco,more experienced in off road driving and 4x4 at all.Before it was Russian and Japanese cars.Now time for something from U.S.
    I'm licensed HAM too,from 10 years.A few pictures on:qrz.com, inside MQ160,but it's history now.
    I've got Bronco II from a few days,so far I try to localize all rusty spots and
    to fix them as fast as it it will be possible.
    More serious body repairing will be during winter time.
    Marek sq4ixm
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    BFix Locked and Loaded

    Joined: 13 Nov 2005
    Posts: 1670
    Location: Sandy, OR
    [​IMG]Posted: Tue May 26, 2015 3:42 pm Post subject: [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Hello Marek, this site is more geared towards the 66-77 breed but am glad you found us. Rust is no fun.
    I have made a few Poland contacts lately. The bands have been weird...three months ago I wasn't able to hear many places around you, but have been hitting Finland, Italy, Svalbard, Latvia, in the last couple weeks...
    I checked out your QRZ page, nice pictures!

    Hope to hear you on the radio sometime.
    73, W7EDC
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    Bfix "What's a Bronco?"

    Joined: 19 May 2015
    Posts: 2

    [​IMG]Posted: Fri Jun 05, 2015 8:00 pm Post subject: [​IMG]
    Hello Shawn!
    Early Bronco,that is right,I did'n notice during registrstion.I need rather Broncocorral or so,anyway nice to meet another HAM and 4x4 driver.
    To make QSO with USA is possible even using modest setup,of course Big Guns are very strong here,but sometimes I talk to someone who has simple dipole or operating from mobile.
    Looking forward to hear You.
    Marek SQ4IXM
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    [​IMG]Posted: Fri Jun 05, 2015 8:00 pm Post subject: [​IMG]""

    Godspeed Old man and 73.
    Shawn Sullivan, W7EDC

    Check out Marek's page https://www.qrz.com/db/SQ4IXM

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