horse drawn radio

brian
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horse drawn radio

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if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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Re: horse drawn radio

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Neat! Thanks.
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brian
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Re: horse drawn radio

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if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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Re: horse drawn radio

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That is cool Brian!!!
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Re: horse drawn radio

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anybody know if this is a scr-41
http://earlyradiohistory.us/1911wag.htm

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if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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Re: horse drawn radio

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pats been holding out on me.

http://www.militaryhorse.org/forum/view ... 255#p79255

what do you think, SCR-41 or SCR-44

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if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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Re: horse drawn radio

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brian wrote:pats been holding out on me.

http://www.militaryhorse.org/forum/view ... 255#p79255

what do you think, SCR-41 or SCR-44

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Sorry Brian, when things weren't working real well here I got into the habit of not stopping in that often.

I've been enjoying the photos you've been posting on SMH however.
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