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Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:32 pm

Just looking on the Thunderpole Website I came across the CB Radio History page. Seeing the old Thunderpole adverts brought back memories of past antennas that I used. Legal Dipole, Wot Pole as I remember similar antenna but with a whip top. Then the Thunderpole MK2 a very good antenna for me. CB's were Commtron then Midland 77-250K EU channels only. Good memories with plenty of cross channel interference from nearby CB users. Locally we used to say we were suffering from broadband.

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Thu Sep 10, 2015 2:37 pm

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Wed Nov 25, 2015 1:57 pm

There's a couple of really good "museum" type websites.

http://www.cbmuseum.nl/
http://www.cbgazette.com/photo.html
and
http://cbradiomuseum.dk/mobil_01.htm

Immediately spring to mind. Brilliant nostalgic websites.

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