I got to speak with KA3TYO's son the other day. 

his father Larry, a Mt. Lebanon resident and member of the Steel City club passed away in 2016. He expressed an interest in selling his father's equipment. I told him I'd help him get it sold if I could. Not ebay prices more hamfest prices. The guy deserves a fair price for his father's gear. 

All equipment is believed to be working at the time of Larry's passing-

Yaesu FT1000 HF radio - $700

Heathkit SB220 Linear (80-10) $800

Astron 50-M  (non rack mount) $125 

MFJ 962C Tuner $150

MFJ 945C Tuner $100

Radio Shack HTX-212 144 mobile $100

The equipment is located in South Hills. perspective buyers are welcome to make arrangements to see the equipment.

It is all still connected but antennas are long gone.

Only basic function tests can be done. 

There are some other small items that the seller has not cataloged. If I get any further info I will pass it along. 

I can put any perspective buyers in touch with the seller.

Contact K3UKE for more information

Doug Hanna (N4YKQ) sent in a document he came upon recently titled "The History of WR3AAA". It was written by his late father Dick (K3VYY) for an early "Triple A" Newsletter. As you know, Dick was one of our founding members and was instrumental in introducing FM repeaters to Beaver County. The article can be found on the main page of our website or by clicking here.

Thanks to Doug for sharing this piece of our history.

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