Siltronix 1011D, 10 meter tube-type "HAM" radio

City/Town: St. John's
Area: Avalon Peninsula
Posted: Mon, Apr 5, 2:06 PM
Siltronix model 1011D, 10 meter tube-type "HAM" radio that also covered the CB radio band (11 meters). The "D" model was the last in the series of 1011 model radios from Siltronix and many consider the best of the series. The Siltronix radios were actually a Swan HAM radio sold under the Siltronix name. In the 1970's and 80's many CB radio operators used these on the CB band even thought they were not typed accepted for that band. Originally sold as the Swan 1011 and later as the Siltronix's 1011. See ad below:

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I bought this radio from ebay about 3 years ago for $350 plus another $90 for shipping. I plugged it in and used it for 1 day. The next day, I tried to turn it on and nothing lit up. I check the fuse on the back and it looked good. I put it away and never used it since. I believe it's only a simple fix (may be an internal fuse or a bad connection) because it just wouldn't power on. I just recently discovered it again but I can't find the power cord. I'm selling it for $175 because of this. These are very collectable radios and would make a nice nostalgic radio to have. It's in extremally good condition. Local pick up in the St. John's area only.
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Member Since: June 3, 2009

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