CB Radio Classics




Happy with my Uniden PC-122 Yellow Dot performance but hate looking at it and the crappy LED S meter! No one wanted to buy my old ICOM… Read more »






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  • : Portarlington Australia



  • I wanted to use a reasonably good quality 40 Channel SSB CB radio for the donor unit to fit inside with a PC Mini Power Supply. But I have quite a few radios that would suit but I did not want to destroy any of them for this purpose. Luckily I had purchased a cheap Pearce Simpson Super Lion at a garage sale locally for $5 a few months previously which actually worked when I took it home and tried it, to my amazement.











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  • : Portarlington Victoria Australia



  • As I own quite a few CPI CB Radio’s I decided I had better get a Stoner Pro40 to compare them as the internal PCB’s and components are very similar from photo’s I have seen.

    I took a big chance on this one, # 322 (Which I like as my Postcode is 3223) but glad I did as it is as close to perfect condition as you will get in a 1978 model cb radio base station from the USA.











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  • SBE or the Side Band Engineers company were prolific in producing fine CB radios. Some SBE CB radio’s were microprocessor & keypad channel controlled. Using the tried… Read more »






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