This rig was considered the Lincoln Town Car of CB radios. It cost a hefty 750 US dollars in the 1970's. Early versions of this rig were made using point-point hand wiring and used mostly tubes, except for the oscillator and support circuits, which were solid state. Later versions used PC circuit boards and were made in Mexico. Also available with 40 channels as the Tram D201A.
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