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Discussion in 'Communication (CB | GPS | HAM)' started by bryguy00b, Jul 29, 2002.

  1. bryguy00b

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    any one ever heard of a realistic CB? found one in my garage might be like late 70's early 80's?

    Bryan
     
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    I think radio shack used to have them.
     
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    It's a radio shack radio. Some people really like the old realistic navaho radios.
     
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    ahh cool...well ill see if i can get the model number or whatever..if it was worth it i was thinking of using it..

    Bryan
     
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    If it doesn't cost ya anything, I'd use it. You may want to upgrade to something better in the future. Just make sure you use a good antenna. I like the 102" stainless steel whip, but if you want something shorter, then go with a K-40. Look at my post on Bigfoot Radio Repair. I put a link to his web site. He can hook you up with anything you may need. /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
     
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    ok thanx...naw i likem long, i dont like the little short ones, but at the same time i want it to work well..


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