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 Post subject: look at what I found a RayCom citizen radio with 32 v Dino
PostPosted: Apr Tue 15, 2008 12:23 am 
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Hello everyone here is some photos of a unit that I got last year
finally gotten round to take photos of it. now it's 5 channel Raycom citizen radio with 32 volt input and 250 volts output Dino made by
Apelco. i don't know what i'm going to do with this unit it came off of a 2 masts sailing ship thats what I would call 60ft boat right :wink:
hers the closeup of the dino
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here is the overall view of the top of the chassis
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heres bottom view and the front few sorry for cutting off some of the writing on the front view
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well what do you guys thinbk of this find also I do have the mike and speaker grille along with outter cover toImage
sincerely Radio Rich
p.s sorry about the photo sizes photobucket give me fits


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PostPosted: Apr Tue 15, 2008 12:45 am 
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You got to get a boat with a 32 volt system in it and enjoy it for what it is. When I got deeply involved in WW2 aircraft radios, I was told that I needed to find a B-17 to put them all in to enjoy them as they were. So just passing along the info I got! :lol:
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PostPosted: Apr Tue 15, 2008 1:29 am 
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Hey Curt
no wonder why you had a air strip installed in your yard so you could land that darn B-17 it must pain to park that thing in your garage Curt
sincerely Radio Rich
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PostPosted: Apr Tue 15, 2008 1:48 am 
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I just wish I had a garage, period! :lol:
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