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I don't know about now but the Midland was a pretty good radio in the day. Later radios were a lot more compact.kk
In my experience in over 25 years of traveling jobs and CB ownership (not using currently) AND living within seeing distance of a major East-West interstate highway drivers don't use CB like they used to. If you hear someone on channel one-nine they typically are Spanish speaking truck drivers or an occasional lot lizard near a truck stop or pickle park.Radio shops are fewer and further between also.My advice, hook it up, have your SWR's dialed in, but don't spent too much $$ on it.
Looks similar to my dad's old CB radio. He was also a ham and converted his CB to use "ham" frequencies. I suppose there is a small chance your dad did the same.Jim
Man that's some old school lot lizard'in. I'd have thought cell phones and internet would killed off this use of a CB.
A standard CB antenna is 102”.
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