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Heathkit Ham Radios - We all built them back in the day.
I think that the title says a lot. Back in the late 1970s, I built a Heathkit receiver. I think the model was an HW 1680. Back then, my license class …
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As we check for true article originality (a never published before article - by anyone, including you!) we also make every effort to correct any spelling or grammar errors that might have slipped in! ;-)
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