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I have reluctantly decided to sell my ICOM 7400 HF transceiver.  I purchased the transceiver completely new from Waters and Stanton a few years ago.  I stopped using it after getting my ICOM 7800, up until then it was my faithful companion an amateur radio bands.  However, I did continue to use it occasionally for 2 m SSB operation.  Since I am not really interested in 2 m, and the fact that my 7800 has got HF and 6 m, there does not seem any point in me hanging onto this radio for the sake of it.  So I decided that somebody else can now have the joy of using this fabulous transceiver.

The radio is in excellent condition and shows no signs of wear or tear.  It covers all the HF bands including WARC bands, 18 & 24 MHz.  It also covers the 2 m band and also 6 m.

Unfortunately I don't have the original box as some numpty in my household threw it away a while ago, much to my annoyance will start

Anyway, this really is a very nice radio, you'll be hard pressed of the ICOM when it comes to their HF transceivers.  The 7400 is a classic radio that will remain one of the all-time best that ICOM have ever produced.  Even though the ICOM 7400 has been discontinued this radio could sit on your bench for the next 20 years and still look like a modern-day transceiver.


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  • lhsan
    lhsan says #
    hi much dolar it