Yes, I had one. Bought it around in 1972 at a Harrison Radio
Washington's Birthday sale. It was probably 10-20 years old at that
time, but still in original carton.
Worked well, when it wasn't broken (not often). Bottom line, it was a
piece of junk. Vinyl coated bamboo spreaders, cast aluminum spiders.
Broke regularly and I gave up on it after about a year. The only part that
didn't break was the mast. What did I know, as a 15 year old kid?
On 12 Aug 2002 Jerry Keller wrote:
> Everyone knows the W2AU baluns.... but does anyone remember the W2AU Quad?
> Jerry K3BZ
> Self Supporting Towers, Wireless Weather Stations, see web site:
> Call 888-333-9041 to place your order, mention you saw this ad and take an
> additional 5 percent off
> any weather station price.
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Newtown, PA Frankford Radio Club