bought one in the early 70's well built, always got good reports. super rare.
six channel mobil transiever. whip ant,s/rf, battery meter, external ant output,external speaker jack,headphone jack. shoulder strap, mobil or fixed operation, good modulation. and had always good reports. crystal controlled. sensitive recieve..1970 model i believe. super rare. i have one and the on off volume broke . parts are next to impossible to find. and no scematic......still looking.
Nice 12 channel mobile cb radio (2 crystals per channel) or portable cb radio with it's internal battery compartment and built in telescopic antenna & screw on 4-pin mic wired similar to Midland 4 pin except no need for receive pin on mic 1= mic audio, 2= audio shield 3= switching ground, 4= transmit. CB looks similar to what a Johnson cb radio might look like with it's black & chrome faceplate.This cb may have been manuafactured in the early 70's. radio has good modulation. I had to replace the off/volume control for a friend (easy fix) but works good now, has jack on back of radio for ext. antenna,speaker,pilot lamp,& 12vdc.To sum everything up...it's a nice radio for it's time
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