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DaveInDenver 05-19-2010 02:15 PM

Ham and 2-Way Craigslist Thread
Consolidating into a new thread for Craigslist (or otherwise) sales.

DaveInDenver 05-19-2010 02:16 PM

Fairly legendary receiver amongst amateurs.

Japan Radio NRD-515 Receiver - $950 (Falcon)

DaveInDenver 05-19-2010 02:17 PM

Yaesu FT-767GX Amateur Transceiver - $650 (Ken Caryl)

DaveInDenver 05-31-2010 08:49 AM

Yaesu FT-857D for sale - $600 (Broomfield)

Yaesu FT-857D with separation kit and MH-59A8J upgraded mic

Ham radio was purchased from HRO Denver less than 4 months ago

Used in a base configuration in a non smoking area

DaveInDenver 06-03-2010 01:52 PM

Yaesu FT-51R Dual Band Ham Radio HT - $200 (S. Suburban Denver)

This radio is in near new, excellent condition as can been seen from the pics and works perfectly. Specs and reviews are available on the web, but suffice it to say that the radio "does it all" and then some. It comes with Yaesu dual band antenna, CA-9 charging stand, an FNB-33X 4.8V, 2100 Mah low power, high capacity battery which will operate the radio for days, an NC-28B 8.7V charger, an E-DC-12 Mobile DC Adapter/Charger which allows 5W power output when mobile while charging the battery. The Operators Manual is also included. The radio has had the extended Rx/Tx mod performed.

Offered price for this pristine radio and accessories is $200 cash. Feel free to contact me with questions.

DaveInDenver 06-07-2010 09:09 AM

Some nice rigs and his prices are pretty dang fair. Someone should definitely look at the TS-140, TS-430, IC-229, IC-28 and RS-35!

The Dentron is a 1kW linear that uses four 572B triodes, also a fair price but with the expectation that it'll need some TLC most like to the tune of I'd guess about $250. So for ~$500 that would be a very nice power amp that when you're done would be capable of roughly an easy 1.25kW.


Collins S-Line (30L-1 Linear, 75S-1 Receiver, 32S03 Transmitter, 312B-4 Station Control) sold as set $1300.00

Kenwood HF Transceiver TS140S......$250.00
Kenwood HF Transceiver TS430S......$120.00
Icom 2 meter Transceiver IC229H.......$95.00
Icom 2 meter Transceiver IC28H........ $85.00
Dentron Clipperton-L Linear Amplifier..$275.00
CW keyer .............................................$5.00
Icom-IC-02AT 2 meter Handie Talkie ............$10.00
Astatic ON-H7 Desk Mike on Stand ...$10.00
Icom IC-PS-15 Poweer Supply ...........$80.00
Astron RS-35 Power Supply ...............$100.00

Interested: Call 303-886-1056 or 303-224-0304

DaveInDenver 06-15-2010 05:23 PM

Yeasu ATAS-120A
I came across an ATAS-120A on Craigslist a few weeks ago and was going to buy it until the fella found it had failed. He was very polite about it and did not feel comfortable selling it at any price (I asked if he would sell it cheaper) until he figured out the problem.

He dropped me an email this morning and said he'd figured out what happened and repaired & rebuilt the antenna. Turns out the motor had failed, he bought a factory replacement from Yeasu and it checks out fine again. Problem is that things changed for me and I no longer am in the market for this (I actually found another one) and I am not buying it.

So I am passing it along because the ham was very easy to deal with and upfront. His name is Scott, NĜOBA. His email is n0oba1@comcast.net. He is using it with an Icom radio with an external controller, but is designed to interface directly with the Yeasu FT-857 and FT-897 with no additional hardware.

As a side note, I really like this antenna with my FT-857. It is very convenient. I thought seriously about the Tarheel and Groucho's Hi-Q, but in the end the Yeasu won out. Is it quite as good as the bigger boys? Nope, but it's a whole lot easier to use IMHO and looks a lot less offensive to the XYL in front of whom it's mounted out on the ARB. It really is less obviously a screwdriver antenna.

Jacket 06-16-2010 01:58 PM

Dave - If you come across any Yaesu mobile rigs (i.e., FT-7800), let me know.

DaveInDenver 06-16-2010 03:00 PM


Originally Posted by Jacket (Post 153085)
Dave - If you come across any Yaesu mobile rigs (i.e., FT-7800), let me know.

There's still an FT-8900 on Craigslist.


DaveInDenver 06-17-2010 11:52 AM


Originally Posted by DaveInDenver (Post 153002)
I came across an ATAS-120A on Craigslist a few weeks ago and was going to buy it until the fella found it had failed.

Here it is:

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