I noticed quality ham receivers used for AM communications are lower in price than 5 years ago on eBay. Many quality receivers are less than $200. A clean working National NC-109 that has crystal filtering on eBay cannot fetch $100 now. Zero bids at $67. Hallicrafters SX-111 cannot get a buyer for $199. Lucky if it ends up selling for $125. Technical Materials GPR-90 is only bid at $228 with a few hours left. Used to be an $800 radio. NC-270 that used to cost $300 are now $150-$200. Yet, 75 meters AM is as popular as ever Only radios holding value are Collins R-390A, NC-183, BC-348, SX-42, NC-303, Collins 'A' series and some HQ-180 radios. It is a buyers market!