I just received this today, July 20. Apparently there is a lot of good stuff for sale. I know there has been a lot of interest in JCARC In events like this. Read on.
The Kitsap County Amateur Radio Club (KCARC) is assisting in the sale of items belonging to Jim Smith, KA7APJ, who is no longer able to use or keep them. Mr. Smith had a business relationship with Maldol Antennas, and there are literally hundreds of Maldol products. In addition, the KCARC has some items that are excess to our needs and are also offered for sale.
This sale will start July 20th, 2016, and end July 27th. You are asked to submit an offer via email to W7PV@arrl.net, for the specific items you want. Should one item have more than one asking price offer, the offers will be contacted for their highest & final bid; the item will be sold to the highest bidder at the next lower bid price, plus $1. Reasonable offers below the asking price will be considered. Items priced as MO means make an offer.
All items must be picked up and paid for on Saturday, July 30th, in Poulsbo, WA, at Calvary Chapel Silverdale, 12791 Central Valley Road. The church is closer to Silverdale but has a Poulsbo address. All funds (cash or check only) will be collected by Ron KE7KIZ, the club treasurer; checks should be made out to KCARC.
Follow this link for the current list of KA7APJ equipment and the KCARC equipment: https://goo.gl/TNa9PM
Prices were primarily determined by researching sold items on ebay, or at least similar items. Some items are New Old Stock (NOS), which means they have not been opened but their age is unknown. There will be other items available on the 30th which are too numerous to detail. Many of the Maldol products are detailed on the following websites:
Processes like this are never perfect, but the KCARC Equipment Committee is committed to making it as fair as possible to the bidders, the club, and the present equipment owner.
73, Paul W7PV