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Old 11-08-2017, 07:13 PM
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SwizzyMan SwizzyMan is offline
Restoring an admiral c322
Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: Orlando FL
Posts: 866
Fs: Very strong 21fbp22 $200

Time to clear some space! I am selling a 21fb that tests like new and has great cutoff that came out of my semi working CTC4. The face is immaculate and there are no scratches to be found at all. The base is loose due to a small crack in the base, but this can be easily stabilized and all connections are solid. The gun elements look just a bit discolored, but that sure does not indicate its test results being bad. THE TUBE IS NOT GASSY, I know the readings are high but this tube is gas free and displays a picture with all three colors working nicely and the life test is alright. The only reason I took this jug out of the 4 is because I found a NOS 21fb for it. I am asking $200 for this tube and you must arrange shipping (I suggest Uship).
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Admiral C322C2 Regent (Restoring)
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CRA CTC--4 Director 21 (Restoring)
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