* Ken Kinyon <email@example.com> [2009 Nov 01 14:54 -0600]:
> I have researched enough to figure out most of the serial number scheme.
> However I can't find the answer to one question.
> I understand that the first number represents the year it was made.. If a
> is in production for more than ten years, how to you tell which decade it was
> For example, if a FT-736R has a serial number start with 7 or 8, how do you
> if it is 1987-8 or 1997-8?
About the only way I'm aware of is to research old magazines to find
out when the model in question was advertised and reviewed.
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