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RANGER RCI-63FFC4 AM/FM AMATEUR TRANSCEIVER CB RADIO

Submitted by on July 3, 2010 – 10:24 am

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$255.00
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THIS IS A LITTLE OVER A YEAR OLD, BUT IT IS A NEW RADIO!!!! I'll explain the reasoning for being that old but new. Me and a buddy of mine bought 2 Galaxy DX95T radios several years back and we was just about the only ones who had a loud and a big radio out where we hauled our product. More and more people kept buying bigger radios so we had to find something bigger and of course, the best so they would last. So we spent over $1500.00 for 2 of these Rangers. When we got ours, he put his in after a couple weeks and I was going to wait till I got my new truck in that was expected in less than 2 months. In the meantime, I sent my radio up to the radio shop to have it peaked and tuned because we put his on the box and seen that it wasn't putting out enough power and I couldn't deal with that. So I sent it up to Salina, ks. to our Ranger radio man and had it fixed right up. When I got the radio back and the new truck in I didn't have the time to install it and before you know it several weeks had passed. Well, we had plans on meeting during Thanksgiving and installing both radios with all new coax cables and fittings and antennas. I had already put in the power wire from the radio in the truck already. Well, I had a TERRIBLE accident!!!! I had a head on collision with another semi November 12th of last year and the radio never got put in the truck. I had opened the box in the truck and took out the mic and the power cord and the radio bracket. The box and the radio was here at the house. I didn't want the radio to be knocked around in the truck for no reason so it was at home thank god. In the accident my Galaxy radio and everything in truck was destroyed. So whoever buys the radio is getting a New radio that I have about $850 dollars in and the box. I don't have the bracket or the power wire or the stock mic. That stuff can be bought at any radio shop. My buddy said he couldn't use the stock mic anyways. He had to buy a noise canceling mic. It sounded great. I could hear him 40 plus miles away coming at me. I would call him on phone because he couldn't hear my Galaxy that far away. The radio from the factory pushes 400 watts. According to my radio guy, this radio is LOUD and will TALK. The case is polished chrome. You can see my reflection in 3 of the pictures to show you. Its an amazing looking radio. The letters and the frequency counter light up in blue. Hi and low settings. He high setting will light up the entire cab. If you need to know the specifics of the radio, look online and there is several sites that you can read about it. You will also know that my Buy it Now price is CHEAP!!!! I really do have ALOT of money in this radio and it is well worth it. I just wish I didn't have my accident and I was talking on it. My buddy that has the other one can drown everyone around him for several miles. Its an AMAZING radio that GALAXY put out. DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS SUPER BUY!!! HAPPY BIDDING...Sorry for writing all that, but I wanted to explain. If you have any questions, please write me and I will try to answer all your questions. And the reason I'm selling it is because I'm not going to drive anymore. I'm done and I sure could use the money. I want to also add that this is advertised locally so I reserve the right to stop auction at any time. Thank You very much. Kelly

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