Some of my operational equipment

 

A picture listing showing some of my operational vintage ham speaker enclosure, and short wave receivers and transmitter.

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1961 Heathkit GR-91 four band short wave receiver1959 Hallicrafters S-107 5 band short wave receiverThe left picture is one of 2 operational Heathkit GR91 four band Short Wave receivers. The middle picture is my Hallicrafters S-107 5 band Short Wave receiver.. The right picture is my Hallicrafters S-108 4 band short wave receiver. While in high school I borrowed an S-108 from my Scout Master and loved it. I’ve always wanted one ever since so now I have one.

1961 Hallicrafters SX-110 fourn band short wave receiver

The left picture is my Hallicrafters SX-110 4 band Short Wave receiver. The middle picture is my Hallicrafters S40B with a Heathkit QF-1 Q-Multiplier. and the right picture is my Hallicrafters SX-71.

The left picture is my Heathkit Marauder HX-10 SSB/CW/FSK/AM filter transmitter. The HX-10 didn’t work when I purchased it for $102 back in Oct 2004. The problem was a burnt open final amplifier screen resistor. I still have it and it still works great. The middle picture is my DX40 transmitter, HG-10 VFO and SB-303 receiver. The SB303 has had a Kenwood TS-520S Noise Blanker board installed and the front panel RF Gain control Push/Pull switch rewired to control the Noise Blanker. The picture on the right shows my HW-101 and non-amplified D-104 microphone with a Heathkit HD-1410 keyer.

The left picture is my Heathkit SB-100 with SSB/CW filter select modification. The SB-100 was all original when I purchased it and it looked as though it had very little, if, operational time as it was clean as a whistle inside and out. The middle picture is my $85 Kenwood TS-520 and the right picture is my Drake C Line.

The above pictures show a few of my converted 11 meter transceivers that are not operating on 10 meter AM. The picture on the right shows a Messenger 223 and a VFO that operate on 10 meter AM. On the shelf behind the 223 is a Johnson Messenger One that has also been converted to 10 meter AM. The middle picture is a Johnson Messenger III that operates crystal control on 29Mhz 10 meter AM. The left picture shows my Messenger II that operates crystal control on 10 meter AM.

 

The left picture is my Heathkit Apache TX1 and Mohawk RX1 100 watt plate modulated AM station. The middle picture is my low power Heathkit HG10/DX60 and HR-10B. The picture on the right shows my Heathkit SB-300 which is scheduled to go through a bare chassis full restoration and rebuild.