Price reduced: 1944 John Wood M3A4 SCR-609 radio cart

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Price reduced: 1944 John Wood M3A4 SCR-609 radio cart

Post by ardennes » Thu Oct 15, 2015 7:40 pm

We’re in the process of relocating and I need to reduce my collection so I don’t have the hassle of moving these handcarts. I’ve reduced the price as shown. My next step will be to break down the exhibits and sell off the pieces individually. Thanks once again for looking.

I am now retired and it’s time to divest the inventories of some of my hobbies. To that end I am selling my collection of WWII handcarts, all of which I restored.

All carts/trailer have been restored to like new condition (disassembled, repaired, sand blasted, and repainted). All components are original GI issue unless otherwise noted. Tires are original issue (except as noted) in good condition with some cracking due to age. All carts/trailer still have original id plates attached. Please see the attached images and feel free to contact me with any questions or request for additional information.


Cart #2: 1944 John Wood M3A4, S/N 30498 (configured as 101st Airborne Radio Cart Tennessee maneuvers 1943) $3500.00

Goodyear rib tread tires (Implement)
Reproduction drawbar
Tongue has been replaced with new tube and reproduction lunette
Tow ropes (rebuilt w/new rope & leather)
No canvas cover
Book , “The Epic of the 101st Airborne, A Pictorial Record of a Great Fighting Team”, 1945
SCR 609 radio (cosmetically restored-not functional), including:
BC-659-A Receiver/transmitter (restored – not functional)
AN-29-C Antenna, NOS
CS-79-B Battery case (restored)
FT-250 Radio mount (restored)
ST-19-A Straps (2), NOS
MP-48-A Antenna mast base (restored) w/wire W-29
MP-50 Antenna mount
MS-49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54 Antenna mast sections, NOS
BG-56-A Canvas antenna roll, NOS
BG-108 Rubberized antenna mast cover, NOS
TS-13-C Handset, excellent used condition
Field wire equipment, including:
RM-39 Remote unit w/canvas case, excellent used condition
DR-8-A Reel (restored) w/field wire
EE-8-A Field phone w/leather case, good used condition

Pick-up, packing, shipping, or delivery, is responsibility of the buyer.

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Re: For sale: 1944 John Wood M3A4 SCR-609 radio cart

Post by ardennes » Thu Jan 07, 2016 9:28 am

Still available.
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Re: For sale: 1944 John Wood M3A4 SCR-609 radio cart

Post by ardennes » Tue May 31, 2016 5:49 pm

Still available.
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Re: Price reduced: 1944 John Wood M3A4 SCR-609 radio cart

Post by ardennes » Sun Feb 12, 2017 9:13 am

Price reduced.
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