Vintage Cobra Communications Ads published today! Cobra 29 CB Radio 1976 Ad. Cobra 29XLR CB 1977 Ad. Cobra 50XLR CB 1977 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Midland CB Radios Ads published today! (1977) Midland 838 CB C. W. McCall. An entire new generation of Midland 40-channel CB radios, spearheaded by the remarkable Midland 838. Midland Power. It's what you want from a CB. It's what you get when you run with number 1. "Run With Number One" C. W. McCall. Midland International. A member of the Beneficial Corporation Family. Artist: R. M. Laslo. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Hy-Gain CB Radios Ads published today! (1976) Hy-Gain Electronics. Hy-Gain II CB, Model 2682 Helcat X Antenna. Introducing the CB system that's ready for 40 when you are. Model 2682 citizens two-way transceiver and Hellcat X trunk lip antenna. Get extra cost features like switchable automatic noise limiter. Mic preamp. Separate AF and RF gain controls. Automatic modulation control. And PA provision to let you convert the whole thing to a powerful Public Address System. Mentions model 2681. Hellcat X. The perfect 40-channel antenna for either radio. Comes in three versions. Trunk-lip mount. Magnetic. And claw. (1975) Hy-Gain CB System Hy-Range III, Hellcat Antenna. Every Hy-Gain radio has all 23 standard channels. Our Hy-Range V has 46 more, on sideband. Our antennas are built the same way, to be a perfectly matched part of your Citizens Two-Way System. Also a complete line of quality citizens two-way accessories for the home and road. Hy-Gain is a manufacturer of antenna and antenna related products for the amateur radio industry. Their best-known products are a line of Yagi antennas and antenna rotators. Hy-Gain, formerly owned by Telex Communications, was sold to MFJ Enterprises in 1999. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Shakespeare CB Radio Antennas Ads published today! (1976) Shakespeare Pre-Tuned Fiberglass CB Antenna. No other factor - not even the cost and quality of the CB radio set itself - makes such a dramatic difference in CB performance as the antenna that puts out and takes in the signal. A Shakespeare pre-tuned fiberglass antenna can increase your talkpower and improve clarity over ordinary antennas. On both transmit and receive. (1980) Shakespeare Magnetic CB Radio Antennas. No more drill holes! No more bolts! Shakespeare has come up with a series of magnetic antennas that hug your car... rooftop or trunk... like a long lost friend. The best sellers in CB. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Radio Shack 2-Way Radios Ads published today! (1976) Realistic CB Mini 23 Mobile 2-Way Radio. All 23 channels. Squelch for cutting background noise. Lighted channel selector. With hardware for mounting in any vehicle. Realistic radios are sold and serviced only by Radio Shack - leading the way in quality CB since 1960. Ask for 21-168. Now Only 99.95. Reduced so you can easily afford to put more fun and safety into traveling. Call ahead for road and weather info. Radio for help. Use it for business. Get one for your wife's car for extra protection and companionship. (1972) Radio Shack Archer Space Patrol Walkie Talkies, 4-Way Base Station. Talk to your friends! Our Senior with Morse Code key. Our Micro-Size. World's smallest - it's pocketable. Our Standard Size. Over 100,000 sold. 4-way Base Station Too! Transmits on channel 14, receives all 23 CB channels, sends Morse Code, tunes AM radio stations. Talk 'n listen from room to room, house to house, house to bike. No license required. (1999) Radio Shack 2-Way Radios with Jim Fowler. The host of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom and works on behalf of Mutual of Omaha to support wildlife projects around the world. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Motorola 2-Way Radios Ads published today! (1944) Handi-Talkie, Playboy Radio. In close cooperation with the US Army Signal Corps, Motorola Radio Engineers have developed, built and delivered in great quantity such battle-famous radios as the Walkie-Talkie, the Handi-Talkie, the Cavalry Guidon Set, and the powerful two-way unit that moves on wheels. Much of this equipment has been of the FM (Frequency Modulation) type. The marvelous thing about the Motorola Playboy was its size...no larger than a snapshot camera. Galvin Mfg. Corporation. (1944) Motorola Handi-Talkie, US Army Radio. Here is that mighty midget in the US Army Signal Corps' matchless communications equipment arsenal. Pioneered and developed exclusively by Motorola Electronics Engineers it is fighting for Victory on every battle front. (1944) Handi Talkie Radio Receiver, Transmitter - No larger than a cracker box. The operator talks, giving information, and listens, receiving instructions. Officers and men call it the fightingest radio set in the army! The Handi Talkie was pioneered and developed exclusively by our Electronics Engineers. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Pearce-Simpson CB Radios Ads published today! (1976) Pearce-Simpson Tiger Mark 2 CB. Now, the people with real experience in personal two-way communications are ready to introduce you to the finest Citizens Band radio in its price range. Division of Gladding Corp. In Canada, Scotcomm Radio, Inc. (1976) Pearce-Simpson Cougar 23B CB Radio. It's tough enough for the top truckers who swear by our new CB transceiver. But you don't have to be an expert to appreciate the Cougar - the first standard mobile CB radio with an instrument to measure antenna efficiency. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage General Electric CB Radios Ads published today! (1961) Pacer Two-Way Radio for businessmen. Increase your efficiency and profits for less than $9 a month per vehicle. The new GE Pacer FM two-way mobile radio costs only a small fraction of what a driver and his vehicle costs you. (1960) General Electric Progress Line Radio. Now Transistorized! New GE Transistorized Progress Line is the smallest, most reliable two-way mobile radio you can buy today. With only four tubes in the transmitter, it uses less power than any other unit now available. (1976) GE Searcher Scanning Radio. GE's Tunable Scanning Radio. Public Service (hi) Band plus FM/AM. Police Calls, Fire Calls, Marine Calls... and Beethoven, too! More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
CBs - SW Radio Transmitters Ads published today! Viking Messenger 2-Way Radio, Webcor Micro-350 Transceiver, JS & A PocketCom Pocket CB. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage CBs - SW Radio Transmitters Ads published today! Radio Shack 2-Way Radios with Jim Fowler, Shakespeare Magnetic CB Radio Antennas. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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