Cobra Mk V transceiver

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by Ashtec » 11 Mar 2011, 23:28

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So the radio isnt a jumbo as such then jumbo caseings with a uniden chassis............................
A shame i was hoping it was going to be a heavily modified cybernet chassis in there......

Still it would be good to see it..................

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Ive seen afew jumbos with the president jackson 6 bander chassis fitted in to them not a bad mod at all...................

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by radio pete » 11 Mar 2011, 23:48

PAUL27UK wrote:Image

So the radio isnt a jumbo as such then jumbo caseings with a uniden chassis............................
A shame i was hoping it was going to be a heavily modified cybernet chassis in there......

Still it would be good to see it..................

;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)

Ive seen afew jumbos with the president jackson 6 bander chassis fitted in to them not a bad mod at all...................
thats right 010 with a fair few tweeks, worked well one day I will do another :geek:

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by radio pete » 18 Nov 2011, 17:53

I'm still looking for this radio :( International 5000,some one told me it's in Herne bay Kent any one live that way I'm not to far away Nr Dartford ;)

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by Ashtec » 20 Nov 2011, 12:52

I have been thinking of moding a Marko excalibur mk2 with a Jackson and a jentec VFO but can i hell find a good looking Marko excalibur these day's it's looking like im going to have to use a Jumbo case

Do you have a pic of the one you had done at all.
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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by radio pete » 20 Nov 2011, 18:03

Ashtec wrote:I have been thinking of moding a Marko excalibur mk2 with a Jackson and a jentec VFO but can i hell find a good looking Marko excalibur these day's it's looking like im going to have to used a Jumbo case.

Do you have a pic of the one you had done at all.
ues a jumbo & respray the front then do it your own way :?

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by Ashtec » 21 Nov 2011, 12:33

I could do...................

We will see................
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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by Ashtec » 24 Nov 2011, 00:24

Ive got to fined a Jumbo for the right price first........................

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by radio pete » 24 Nov 2011, 07:56

Ashtec wrote:Ive got to fined a Jumbo for the right price first........................
this it true or you could find an old "19 4U rack cab & make your own bespoke unit cheaper in the long run & def a one off :geek:

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Re: Cobra Mk V transceiver

Post by Retro_CB_Dude » 13 Apr 2019, 05:26

I'm looking to buy one of the Cobra MK transceivers for sale, MK4 or MK5 please someone out there ?

Heres to hoping 73's, Jim

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