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Old 1st Jul 2023, 3:17 pm   #1
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Default scannermuseum.nl

Though I don't speak Dutch, I do speak passable technical German, and along with a bit of help from Google Translate I find this website absolutely fascinating:

https://www.scannermuseum.nl/

plenty of vintage scanner radios there, both CB-types and VHF/UHF varieties. Amazing to see how the technology has developed over the last 50-odd years.
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Old 1st Jul 2023, 11:35 pm   #2
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The Dutch also have the only dedicated CB radio museum that I am currently aware of. Shame we don't have something like it here.

I don't know if these two museums are affiliated or possibly even the same museum.

https://www.cbmuseum.nl/
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Aha.. It's not about OB vans then.
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