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WTS: used two-way radios

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by AveragEd, Apr 14, 2013.

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    In conjunction with adopting the FCC's 2013 narrow-band requirement, Williams Grove Speedway has also changed its track radio frequencies from VHF to UHF. Accordingly, I no longer need my VHF radio and my new UHF radio can replace my old one, so I'm selling both.

    The first is a Vertex VHF 16-channel radio that already has narrow-band technology. It will come with a single-sided headset with PTT button, a coil cord with volume control and PTT button and its charger. It is currently loaded with the VHF frequencies of many PA, MD and VA area tracks. It is two years old, clean and in very good condition.

    The other one is an American Electronics UHF 16-channel radio. It will come with a coil cord, a combination remote speaker and microphone and its charger. It is currently loaded with the Raceceiver driver radio frequency used in central PA, 454.000. It is four years old, clean and in very good condition.

    Neither radio has ever been dropped, wet or otherwise damaged. Both have full 5-watt transmit signals and will work for at least two nights on one battery charge. Both are newer, compact designs with belt clips, not like the older ones that looked and felt like a brick hanging from your pants. Both can be programmed via a PC or, if you lack the software required, by their selling dealers.

    $125 each or both for $225 - that's about half their replacement price. Shipping for one or both will be $10 via USPS Priority Mail. Drop the "x" from the email address above.

    Ed
     
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