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chicom VC radio set

Postby kb0jyl » August 14th, 2008, 10:32 am

For those that have almost everything, I have a NOS Chicom (chinese communist) Vietcong radio setup. This is a back pack portable radio system. This includes the hf and vhf transmitter and reciever, running spares, antennas. I took them out of the waxed sealed paper about a year ago. Also has owners manual in chinese.

I had them set up at a show with a mannaguine in the complete black pajama outfit. Pretty startling for some folks.

Anyway a nice rare collectors set.

If interested let me know.
Steve
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Re: chicom VC radio set

Postby m151tx » August 14th, 2008, 2:48 pm

Hi Steve.

Do you know what set you have ?

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Re: chicom VC radio set

Postby kb0jyl » August 16th, 2008, 11:17 am

Not sure which set. I have never had it operational, but everything is there but the hand crank generator for the hf set. Vhf runs on batteries, 12 volts if I remember right, but never did put batteries in it.
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1967 Kaiser M725 (New project)
1972 Pontiac LeMans luxury Sport
1977 M-886
1965 M151A1
1952 M38A1 sold
1965 MG Spridget
1964 Ford Falcon (sold)
1950 Chevrolet Panel truck (sold)
1959 Ford 4x4
1966 Austin London Black Taxi
1964 Triumph Herald Convertable
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