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Discussion in 'General CB Services Discussion' started by OldTech03, Mar 30, 2018.
My 1980's cobra 29ltd only cost me 20 bucks and its in fair condition
I bought one at GoodWill for $9 bucks so If put the lights and the echo board I should be able to make about 500 or more. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm should I? it's a walk in the park to do what is being done. I will watch see if it goes for that. Hell, I may quit repairing and sell Cobra 29's. I will call them "COBRA 29LTD's FROM "HE" dbl L " Whatya all think. Well I just went and checked and it shows he sold one of these for 700 so I guess I will have to try it!
Crack is whack......
LOL I bought on on Amazon but the regular version, significantly cheaper. But hey he has 10 of these special rare editions. It could double in value you never know. His mistake was listing 10, did he think all 10 would sell out.
Should have only listed 1 radio so it seems harder to find, throwing out 10 now wipes out any off chance sale of some sucker thinking its a collectors radio.
And this one is special enough that "This radio is the real deal and is not recomended for an average operator"
Thats one butt ugly radio
Bet that makes for an extremely intelligible signal, ROFL.
He's going for the below average market.
buttons stick out to much may go through my knee when driving lol
Im going to buy 2 one to shit on and the other to cover it up with!!!
Insane price aside, blue is the absolute worst color for meter readability. The best replacement for a meter light besides the stock incandescent is either a defused bright white or one of the new warm white LED’s. In either case, I always apply extra resistance to dim them down. Only then will you be able to see needle movement from a distance without straining your eyes.
I can buy a 2970n4 and stomp his cobra into the ground for that price lol
I wanted to vomit the second I saw the blazing blue leds.........
Makes any snake oil radio look good
"and has drove a 667 TS to right at 900 watts pep" wow.. 1w swinging to 75+ into a 667... wonder how long that would last