AM/FM not user selectable, but depending on used band.
I bought my PRO-2010 at a street sale for only 2 euros. And 2 euros is about it's maximum value, I think. The volume knob makes a scratching noise when turned, that will need some work. Beyond that, it seems in decent order considering it's age. The scanner has a nice vacuum fluorescent display, blue. Direct frequency entry is handy. Programming is a bit clumsy, like all Realistic scanners I've seen so far. All in all, it should function well as standby receiver, or with additional discriminator output, as text-message receiver.
Estimating the value of a rig can be challenging. The graph below shows historical prices paid by hams over the years. May it guide you to good fortune...
|AUD||Good / Used||1995||dde|
|EUR 2.00||Good / Used||2009||elmer|
|USD 15.00||Mint / Used||2013||weatherradio|
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