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Old 23-09-08, 02:24
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Default Land Rover Radio bits wanted (US Radio Gear)

Ok, my series is lacking in one particular department, Radios.

I have some money saved up to (hopefully) afford at least one radio to put into the vehicle.

Overhill as it may be the end fit out I would like to have is a AN/VRC-49 and a AN/GRC-160.

Basically, a 77 set with an AM-2060 and a pair of RT-524's. And that is exactly what I am looking for. About $350 australian is the best I have found a 77 set for, and about the same for an AM-2060. These are in europe but i'd rather get them form a more local supplier if I can find one as postage shouldn't be as bad as from europe.

Fair radio has rt-524's and 77's for about $625 used which is quite a bit more.

So if anybody can help with any parts i'd love to know about it.

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Old 23-09-08, 02:27
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This photo shows Phil H's vehicle with a PRC F1 and GRC-160 installed

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Old 23-09-08, 14:55
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Richard I currently have 3 complete R-66-R110 American sets here in the shed I understand they where made by Marconi for American Army...regards malcolmPS will need one for my M-38 but the others a re surplus
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Old 23-09-08, 14:56
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Richard forget to say also have a complete C-45 station( ex Royal Artillery) regards malcolm
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