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Old 02-02-2019, 05:58 PM
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Hi! Does anyone have a Federal PA-15 or similar they are interested in selling? OR trading? I have lots of cool professional car scale models and other interesting items.
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You want it to work or just for looks? I have a few here of unknown conditions.
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Pretty sure he wants it to work. He has a "new" International Travelall Ambulance!
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Rick's correct- I would like a working one. I'm willing to test them out for you Ed
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Noah - regardless of source, send your PA-15 to Kent at Retro Tech electronics service. Check them out on Facebook (no other web presence) No point trying to install a siren you don’t know works. Very reasonable fees and great work.
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no problem testing them. the key is use the proper speaker it must be 11 ohm of you will blow the transmitter. I just haven't gotten a round to it yet as I had nothing to put one in. there should be 3 or 4 in the shed. I do not know if one has the alert on it or not. or if any have a bracket. for some reason that is the thing that gets tossed.
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Thanks guys! I do have the bracket.
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will I dug then out today cold and rainy turned to snow anyway so inside stuff . one has gone threw a flood. one lights up makes scratche noise in the speaker in all positions so it might be repairable the other makes funny sounds in the yelp and wail low volume on pa so it should be repairable. so two may be repairable I did uncover this . it would be the control head for the proper low band radio. the rig should have had this type of radio when new. the radio it's self is about the size of a brief case and 50 lb. now I don't have it but the control head was all you say anyway. let me know if you want it. or one of the needs repaired 15s
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Thanks so much, Ed! I messaged you on FB.
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will I dug then out today cold and rainy turned to snow anyway so inside stuff . one has gone threw a flood. one lights up makes scratche noise in the speaker in all positions so it might be repairable the other makes funny sounds in the yelp and wail low volume on pa so it should be repairable. so two may be repairable I did uncover this . it would be the control head for the proper low band radio. the rig should have had this type of radio when new. the radio it's self is about the size of a brief case and 50 lb. now I don't have it but the control head was all you say anyway. let me know if you want it. or one of the needs repaired 15s
The Motrac would indeed be a likely option for 1965, if an agency chose Motorola. GE Progress Line, Transistorized Progress Line, and MASTR as well as RCA Carfone were also options. The older Motorola Twin-V is also possible.

Best to research the agency if possible, and more importantly to compare hole patterns to the products available.
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