Radios - a Question of Value

parrottt

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I bought a USMC M-170 radio jeep in 2017. I have no use for the radios that came with it since I use it as a farm vehicle on my farm here in NC.

Anyone got any ideas of the value?

1 Signal Corps
Cabinet CY615/URR. Emerson Radio and Phono Corp

2 Receiver Radio N-174/URR

3 Power Supply PP-306/URR

4 Power Supply PP-109/GR

5 Rec-Trans-6???GRC

6 Federal Telephone

7 Canvas Radio Cover
CW 330/G
MM Reif&Co Inc
DAAB05-69-M-Y 654

They are all VERY heavy1953-willys-m170-radio-jeep-4.jpg

Any help appreciated
 

NDT

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Ha here I go again.
Items 1, 2 & 3 make the radio on the left sponson, called a AN/GRR-5 or "angry 5" shortwave receiver. Very good tube radio.
items 4, 5 & 7 make the AN/VRC-10 transceiver, FM 38-55 Mhz. The base is MT-299. Standard field vehicular radio 1950's.
Angry 5 good bargain price $100.Grr-5.jpg
VRC-10 good bargain price $250.
VRC9.jpg
 

parrottt

New member
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Location
Polkville, NC
Ha here I go again.
Items 1, 2 & 3 make the radio on the left sponson, called a AN/GRR-5 or "angry 5" shortwave receiver. Very good tube radio.
items 4, 5 & 7 make the AN/VRC-10 transceiver, FM 38-55 Mhz. The base is MT-299. Standard field vehicular radio 1950's.
Angry 5 good bargain price $100.View attachment 814888
VRC-10 good bargain price $250.
View attachment 814889
Thanks for you help......I will list them somewhere.
 
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