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1934 Gross CB-25 – About This Transmitter

Background The time was the 1930s, and America, like much of the world, was mired in the midst of the Great Depression. Jobs were gone, bread lines were common, and times were admittedly hard. Yet, to borrow a phrase from Charles Dickens, “It was the best of times, it...

Live To Air – National NC-101X

Live To Air - National NC-101X finally back together tonight newly installed coil rack, with the bronze bushings and fabricated band indicator. Slides like it’s on glass, super smooth and low effort. Listening to the melodious tones of the old Gray Hair Net, using...

Replacing Coil Housing Bushings – National NC-101X

Here’s the solution to the sliding coil deteriorated bushing problem on the National NC-101X shortwave receiver. Unlike that other National products with “plug in” coils, like the HRO, the early NC-100 series use a “catacomb” coil assembly that slides inside the...

T-368 Transmitter Registry – Email Me To Add Yours

T-368 Singing For It’s Supper Of all the T-368 transmitters known to have been manufactured, and yes there are ways to track these things, only a few are known to still exist. Email me to add yours to the list! Total manufactured: 2251 Total known units: 103 I...