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Station Pictured is my classic Drake Twins 2C receiver and 2NT transmitter. Many Novices started out with this rig. I had a set of these back in the mid 70's and really liked the rig. I saw these rigs on Ebay and had to have them:-)I have added a Hallicrafters HA-5 VFO and also a Globe VFO Deluxe. When operating crystal the good stuff was always just off my freq:-) Hope to meet you on the bands. Look for you down the log. Dan W0VD

A young W0VD at the age of 15 with my Novice set up. A Gonset G77a Transmitter and a Gonset G66b Receiver. (photo taken in 1969)


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