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    I thought I would post this as a new Subject for general information about "ACE Nautical Commander 7 Channel Marine Radio - Gold Series".

    I got mine as part of a package deal (what a deal) back in about 2012. It was basically in new condition, having never ran in a boat. Ideal design for two-motored boats with the exception of it being the older frequency. I love those dual throttle sticks, great for a two motored boat.

    I first used it in my 1/20 scale PT boat (PT-61) until I swapped it out for a new 2.4 radio. However at that time I also changed the transmitter antenna to a shorter one at about 12 inches long. (See in photo, it has a BNC connector on it.) I also swapped out the receiver antenna for one about 8 inches long.

    The transmitter is sitting in the original box, now I have to find the receiver.

    I also have digital files for the instructions in case anyone is interested in them.

    Lew
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    Lew Zee (LewsModelBoats.org)



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