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Anybody have use for all the parts that we inside the coach except the external speaker. For now leaving the antenna in place. When I feel like sealing up the antenna hole I may remove also.


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It's not clear what you're offering. Stereo system?

Pics always help too.




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Well there lies the hitch. I am not sure what it is. Satellite phone, cell phone some kind of phone with a remote antenna and separate handset. It was all screwed to the dash and wired in. I removed it here is a picture.

My thought was the only folks who would be interested would be the ones that knew what it was?? Thanks for the reminder of what to do.


Dana & Lynn
1994 34ft Side Entry Aristocrat
Christened - DBarth
Spartan Chassis
6BTA 5.9L 230hp Cummins
Allison MD-3060 6 speed
15040S Eaton rear
Banks PowerPack
PacBrake
ProSine 2.5 Watt Inverter/Charger
245 watts solar panels
Blue Sky 3000i
#3895
1972 22ft
Christened Camp Barth
No motor, no tranny, no running water
Electric 110 and 12 volt intact and running
Still mobile as a toad with newer brakes, tires and lights
Original Fridgeking Air conditioner
 
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I've got a couple of those, (in my coach) they are hard wired car kits for Nokia and Motorola cell phones. (in your case analog) They were the best. I up dated mine to newer models, but finely they took away the connections on the phone and did away with a really good hands free system.


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Wow... this brings back some memories for me.

Back in the day, when cell phones were huge and required a suitcase to make them portable, we had to have hardwired cell phones in our service trucks.

Whenever you got out of the service truck, you would hit a couple of buttons to make the horn blow - this would tell you that you had a call coming in on your truck phone.

Well, I purchased one of these "Limo Cell Phone Kits" (kind of like the one pictured above) to allow me to remotely install a rear mounted cell phone. Now, when the horn would blow, I wouldn't need to scramble up the side of the highway and pull my door open into traffic to answer a cell phone - I would just answer the phone that was mounted in the back, enclosed bed, of my service truck.


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Tina had one of the Nokia Phones pictured here and when she asked me to go to Best Buy with her to get a new phone I did. They got a huge kick out of it like it was a long lost artifact or something. She loved that thing as it never seemed to drop a call and you could always use it as a hammer if nothing else as it was virtually indistructable. She would have kept it forever but the battery would not hold a charge for very long and they discontinued the batteries so she joined the ranks of a digital drone.
 
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My first in car cell phone was in a 1993 Astro Van. The unit was the size of a small briefcase and was permanently mounted in the back.

ONE BETTER THAN THAT! When I was a kid, about 1966, my Dad came home with a new 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 AND IT HAD A TELEPHONE IN IT!!!!

We were so amazed to see a telephone in Dad's company car. Actually it was one of those 2 way radios with a telephone like handset....to a 5 year old kid, that was amazing to see a TELEPHONE in a car....

Another funny thing. We are restoring a Victorian home and I have been collecting turn-of-the-century intercoms to build a system for the house. These intercoms look like miniature wooden phones. I had a restored 1930 Ford Model A roadster a couple of years ago. I had one of these small intercoms and it looked like a little phone. I mounted it on the dash of the Model A. At car shows, I'd sit back and watch the people. They'd look at that intercom on the dash and comment, "I didn't know they had car phones back then?"

Lotsa fun....
 
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I used to use a Motorola Ultra Classic brick, and it was better than any phone before or since. It was as good as a home phone. Nobody ever said, "You're breaking up" or anything like that. Never a dropped call.

I used it until analog coverage was no longer supported. I usually had it connected to a roof antenna and the vehicle or boat battery.

Now and then, I will be in an area with no cell coverage at all, and if there are others around, I will pretend to be talking on it. It is amusing to see them try to get reception on their phones, moving around, scratching their heads, etc.


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Analog was king - Never dropped a call until I had digital.

My first suitcase cell phone pushed out 3 watts of power at the antenna.

I think that was enought to fry an egg or something. Eeker


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My first car phone was a Harris IMTS 150 Boston Mobile in my Olds Custom Cruiser in 1974. I could use it to catch up on tech calls while waiting in line for gas while my coffee froze in the cup beside me. Mad


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while my coffee froze in the cup beside me. Mad


Shoulda ha wunna them bag phones like Bill's. As long as you kept transmitting, they would keep coffee hot. Smiler


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The transmitter/duplexer, the size of a regular suitcase, was under the trunk clam-shell retract area in the rear, no heat for for front seat area about 14 feet away.
I (being a New Eng lander) still have most every cell phone, other than the ones I lost. All the bag phones were traded in, the rest I have.


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