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Malteser

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About Malteser

  • Rank
    Sergeant
  • Birthday 08/20/1963

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  • Location
    Herefordshire, Wye Valley.
  • Interests
    Military Vehicles, Motorcycles, Ham Radio.
  • Occupation
    Postie
  • Homepage
    http://wyevalleyareamvt.t35.com
  1. Complete Larkspur setup consisting of C11 TX, R210 RX, Plus PSU, No 7 ATU, J1 Box, C Box, 2xMic/Headsets, all leads, Cables, Sliding tray and Runners ready to go straight into a Champ or set up at home. All transmits but the receiver wont start up into receive. The vibrator tries to kick in which is a surprise as it has run faultless over the years. I havent used it for over 12 months now so its typical of something suffering from lack of use. £850https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGSqTY_qR9U
  2. Hi Jack, woops, better put put myself down with the M20 and possibly a couple of foot troops;) Also, I have another possible 3-4 DR's with 2 x Ariels, Matchless G3L and a Norton, may be a RE as well.:-)
  3. Hi Ian, thank you indeed, that's me in the 4th photo on the Maltese M20. Fantastic memories, here's to the 75th Ian.
  4. Hi Iain, thank you very much for those links and your help, will pass those on, best regards Ian.
  5. Hi everyone, wondered if anyone happens to have or knows where I can get some information please on the Racal Javelin HF Communications gear. Its for a good friend of mine who is struggling to find anything. I believe there was a head unit that is part of it which I don't believe he's got but have been told it can be used without this by using some software, I don't know if this is correct or not. Thank you very much in advance for any help, regards Ian.:-)
  6. Hi guys, sorry thought it was this one you were asking about, regards Ian.[ATTACH=CONFIG]75294[/ATTACH]
  7. Hi there, yes a brilliant little bit of kit, just connect an audio lead from the audio socket on the tester to an audio socket on your 320, 351, 350 what ever you may have, (this picks up your supply to the tester box) then connect your length of coax feeder to each bnc socket and it will light up the red lights if theres no breaks in the feeder. There is also a micro bnc for testing the lead that is used on the PRC 350. I carry one of these testers in the pouch on the radio bergen, a nice way of testing the cable instead of a multimeter, regards Ian.
  8. Hi folks, wonder if anyone can ID this please for a friend. Has a center connecting wire like the A41 whip, the bottom section is plain like the PRC 320 whip and same length. Its British made with a Nato Stock Number 5985-99-106-0480 dated 1991, many thanks, Ian.
  9. Yes have contacted John, still looking, many thanks, regards Ian.
  10. Hi Nick, thank you for that, yes did a search on the Tax on line plus a HPI check which revealed same, new v5 in early 2000 but not scrapped.
  11. Hi, just enquiring for a friend who's trying to trace his dad's old Austin Champ PUV 985F, initialy to see if it still around. His dad who has now sadly passed owned it back in the 70's, there appears to be no record of it being scrapped, thank you for any help in advance, please PM if preferred. Ian.
  12. Hi, just enquiring for a friend who's trying to trace his dad's old Austin Champ PUV 985F, initialy to see if it is still around. His dad who has now sadly passed owned it back in the 70's, there appears to be no record of it being scrapped, thank you for any help in advance, please PM if preferred. Ian.
  13. Hi Steve, I just saw your message, I'm not sure if it was my mate Nick from Herefordshire who posted the original thread, I have'nt spoke to him for a few weeks as he's just recently moved house but I know he has SEM radio kit in his Volvo and a tuner he bought from w&p. I will try and contact him to let him know, many thanks, regards Ian.
  14. Hi folks, first got into radio via 11 meter band in 1980, bought a Cobra 148 GTL DX from a friend of my parents. This friend then became my Father-in -law in 1986 after when we both took our "B" licenses, mine was G1PFC. Could`nt wait to get on to HF so did the morse exam down at Brynglass House Newport and became G0IAN ( waited about 6 months for call ) then taught my Father-in-law Jim the CW and he became G0JMH (unfortunately silent key 2 years ago now) Always have and still find it fascinating talking to someone the other side of the world with no delays, amazing and especialy when you are
  15. Hi Iain, thank you very much indeed for the info:thanx:Ian.
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