1963 Mosley CL-33 Still Going!
May 10, 2016
I just wanted to let you know some info about my Classic 33. In doing
some maintenance work on my rotor on the tower I happened to think about how old and trustworthy my Classic 33 has been over the years.
I purchased the beam new back in 1963 (when I was a young lad). I received my first license in 1953 and have had the same call all these years (W9BQK). I have assembled and disassembled the antenna over the years as I moved from house to apartment house several times and finally my retirement house. It dawned on me how old the beam was and that I had really done nothing to it but move it over the years. Now that I am a 77 year old active ham and still using the same beam I thought I should let
you know how much I appreciate the quality of your product.
you, John A. Orner (W9BQK)
OZ1OP - MP-33-N WARC
May 10, 2016
Thanks for your always quick answers to my many emails.
I will recommend your company, your product and your excellent service anytime, and thanks to my new antenne I can do that worldwide.
Ole - OZ1OP
I5NSR's TA-36 (37 years old) STILL GOING STRONG even after a TORNADO
March 26, 2015
Hi, look how she behaved your old TA36 after thirty-seven years of life, was purchased in 1978!
After a tornado wind over 204 kmh (126 mph). No damage.
Congratulations on the materials and the assembly!
73' de I5NSR Sergio.