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    Posted 10 years ago

    nrp956
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    Got this radio from a WW2 bomber pilot who has owned it since 1946. it is in absolutely beutiful condition. possibly even functional from the looks.
    Signal Corps US Army Radio Transmitter, BC-375-E

    Manufactured by GE, this unit is rack mounted and includes the transmitter tuning unit TU-7-B, also made by GE. This unit is physically large (22 in x 19.5 in x 8 in), a beautiful piece of equipment that qualifies as an object of art. Pre-Owned by an electrical engineer/WWII pilot of a B17 Bomber

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    1. Bootson Bootson, 10 years ago
      I had one exactly like this but designated BC-191. It was ground vehicle mounted. A few years ago I was going through a B-17 Bomber at a local air show and saw a BC-375 like this one. These are big and heavy and I carried mine around with me through several moves and finally let it go, but it is one of those things that I wish I still had.
    2. Maj.D.King Maj.D.King, 10 years ago
      This is the aircraft mounted transmitter and uses the BC-314 for it's receiver. This transmitter uses different tuning units located front, bottom. It needs the dyno motor and inner connect box to connect the two together as a unit. With these additions the units will probably work as they are extremely well made. I have one of the largest collections of Milcom pieces in the South East. Any questions, just ask.

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