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At 6:29pm on April 28, 2010, Marcos said…
Thanks for talking me about this site, I think I will enjoy it. Regards, Marcos.
At 4:35pm on May 28, 2010, Mal Fuller said…
Thanks, Carlos. Today, we're doing some "reverse engineering" on my Scott Allwave 12 Deluxe.
In 1960, when I first got my Scott, the Wunderlich was bad. Unable to get a Wunderlich back then (and boy did I hunt) I modified the set to use a 27 as a 2nd detector, sacrificing AVC. I did use an Arcturus blue glass tube for esthetics. Having secured a new Wunderlich, we're switching things back to original.
At 1:38pm on December 8, 2010, Clara Shelton said…
Oh Yes! I am a woman, trying desperately to learn about E.H.Scott's wonderful radios. My husband was a real nut about them and left me with 3 beautiful specimens. Now I have to learn all I can so I can sell them intelligently. I hope this board will help me. Thank you for the welcome note.
At 9:21pm on December 30, 2010, howard m. mills said…

Hello Carlos,


Thanks for the information you sent me through the mail.  I really enjoyed the pictures on the disk.  You have a very nice collection.


I want to wish you a very happy, productive, and healthy New Year.


all the best,


Howard Mills



At 5:09am on October 31, 2011, Vitaliy said…
Hello carlos_insa. I am glad
To get acquainted with you! In advance I am sorry for несовсем correct English! Yours faithfully Vitaly!
At 5:33am on October 31, 2011, Carlos Insa said…

Nice hear from you,Vitaly.

I am also in contact with a nice person and serious collector:Leonid Soloviev from Москва.

Friendly regards.


At 6:35pm on June 1, 2019, Jon Ketron said…

Thank you Carlos!  Glad you are enjoying the restoration topics.


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