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Subject: CB memories of days past Fri Jul 17, 2020 5:25 pm
Hiya fellow Charlie Tangos
I love reading about radio, any radio, any subject or interest about radio. So long as it's radio
Nowadays instead of boxes of old radio magazines annoying the wife, I tend to read online. Of course Charlie Tango is now my first port of call but I also visit other sites and thought I'd share a story I read with a big smile on another site.
So here you go with the link, (hope that's alright with those 'in charge', I am not involved in any way)
The Halcyon Days of CB Radio
Hope it makes you smile as much as it did me. I must admit, the picture of the old CB had me wiping drool from my mouth
73s to all, Victor
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