FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

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AntonioFucci
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FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

Post by AntonioFucci » Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:23 am

FS WWII BC1000 SCR and many accessories

The lot consistin:
BC-1000 radio
ST-55 belt NOS
M-391A Pad NOS
BG-150A
ST-50 used very good con.
Handset used very good cond.
AN-130A NOS
AN-131A used as new
ID-210 6E5 tube and ID plate missing but as new
VO-6 oscillator ID plate missing but as new
Euro 700 plus shipping
The radio located in Italy

If you are interest please contact me to radiomilitari@gmail.com

73 de Antonio KM4VOQ I6GII
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Re: FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

Post by retro-roco » Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:45 am

I don't see a price listed. Would also be helpful to know location, as shipping can be a deal breaker.

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Re: FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

Post by Ernie Baals » Wed Sep 13, 2017 5:58 am

As per site rules,
a price must be listed or it will get moved to auctions
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Re: FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

Post by AntonioFucci » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:05 am

Euro 700 plus shipping
The radio located in Italy

If you are interest please contact me to radiomilitari@gmail.com

73 de Antonio KM4VOQ I6GII

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Re: FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

Post by wa5cab » Thu Sep 14, 2017 4:49 pm

The price and location were at the bottom of the original listing.
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Re: FS WWII BC1000 SCR300 and accessoeries

Post by retro-roco » Thu Sep 14, 2017 5:33 pm

wa5cab wrote:
Thu Sep 14, 2017 4:49 pm
The price and location were at the bottom of the original listing.
I really don't think they were. I re-read his original post a couple of times. That is why I asked for the info. Regardless, he has posted the info now, and as I was afraid, price and distance are a problem for me. It would have saved a lot of trouble finding some of the pieces I am still missing! :)
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Post by wa5cab » Thu Sep 14, 2017 10:31 pm

Well, I can't swear that they were as not being a Moderator I can't read the edit history. And didn't read his original post until after the two comments following it were made. The edit function is only available to an OP for a short period after the original post time. But I didn't read the Date-Time stamps on the three posts until afterwards. So I don't know whether they were or they weren't there originally.

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