There’s a small vested interest in pointing you in the direction of some nice vintage CB radio work by a Rob Luscombe, as it features a few of my own photos among the many superb images of past CB radio favorites.

Rob was kind enough to ask permission for use of the images, which is nice considering all the things I usually have to do in an effort to exercise a degree of control over where content from this website ends up (I’ve even had full posts completely copied and use as sales pages on eBay!).

Please pop over to CB Radio Back in the Day and have a look at Robs creation.

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2 Responses to Vintage CB Radio Montage

  1. kev bushell says:

    Harvard 410t was my first cb experience using a cheap charger i ran a constant buzz on tx.bought a cheap midland 2001 and never looked amateur licence more recently currently a 2eo in uk so more often than not im to be found on 2m band

    • Carl says:

      Its surprising how many hams cut their teeth on 27 MHz Kev and the 410T was also my very first CB. Had great fun with it on the Welsh mountains above my hometown 🙂

      I’m also UK licensed now but sadly don’t have the location for VHF/UHF and spend a lot of time on 20/40 meters data-modes along with CB sideband thrown in.

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