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Kutztown XXXVI
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Peter Wieck
2017-05-10 15:45:24 UTC
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Kutztown XXXVI Starts Tomorrow

http://www.dvhrc.com/docs/Upcomingshowinfo.pdf

After missing the show last fall due to business demands, I will be back tomorrow with the Clinic, Radio Free Kutztown (AM & FM), and the usual ‘stuff’ for the show.

Read the flyer for particulars. But, special to this show will be a collector of boat-anchors and TransOceanics of some note, Carroll Senn, will be bringing much of his collection for sale, and at very reasonable prices. Included in the mix are parts, specialty-tubes, test equipment and much more.

To the first person who asks and identifies this group, I have a 100W Craftsman soldering gun as a give-away. Useful for making chassis connections and such.

See you there.

Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA
Terry S
2017-05-10 16:16:44 UTC
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17 hours, 53 minutes, 1133 miles, and at least 40 construction zones away. Looks like I'll miss the fun again this year.


Terry
Post by Peter Wieck
Kutztown XXXVI Starts Tomorrow
http://www.dvhrc.com/docs/Upcomingshowinfo.pdf
After missing the show last fall due to business demands, I will be back tomorrow with the Clinic, Radio Free Kutztown (AM & FM), and the usual ‘stuff’ for the show.
Read the flyer for particulars. But, special to this show will be a collector of boat-anchors and TransOceanics of some note, Carroll Senn, will be bringing much of his collection for sale, and at very reasonable prices. Included in the mix are parts, specialty-tubes, test equipment and much more.
To the first person who asks and identifies this group, I have a 100W Craftsman soldering gun as a give-away. Useful for making chassis connections and such.
See you there.
Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA
Peter Wieck
2017-05-15 12:49:09 UTC
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And a good time was had by all!

The clinic table was busy throughout. Those who were selling did exceedingly well, those who were buying found many bargains. The auction, bonfire and fireworks went off without a hitch.

Saturday was, in a single word, wet. The rain started at about 3:00 am and was heavy until the end of the meet - about noon as it happened. But despite the rain, again, buying and selling was brisk and the clinic was busy until about 10:00 am when I shut it down to start cleaning up.

John Hagman's pictures will be out soon. I will post the link.

Peter Wieck
Melrose Park, PA
Peter Wieck
2017-05-16 12:58:51 UTC
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Courtesy John Hagman.

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