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    US Army Signal Corps radio receiver/transmitter and power supply

    This is a US Army Signal Corps radio receiver/transmitter and power supply made by Electrical Research Labs in Evanston, Illinois. The radio receiver/transmitter is a BC-669-D. The power supply is a PE-110-B. I bought this set as a military collectible and never used it since I'm not licensed. The seller I bought it from a few years ago said it worked for him. No idea if it still works, so sold strictly as-is. Price for the radio receiver/transmitter and power supply is $200 $150.00, will not separate. Located in Washington, Indiana and will not ship - this thing is heavy! For a committed buyer, I can bring it to Indy or points in between (Bloomington and Martinsville for example).

    Last edited by AmmoManAaron; 12-17-2018 at 10:32.
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    Bump.
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    Bump with price reduction. Now $150.00
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    Bump. Still have this thing sitting around. I will consider reasonable offers.

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