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The No.19 Wireless Set (SMM3566A) was a Second World War mobile radio transceiver used by armoured troops of the British Army. Introduced in 1940, No.19 was not replaced until the introduction of the Larkspur radio system, starting in the mid-50s. Many were still in service into the 1960s.
Although shown fitted to the Airfix Ferret, these have countless applications for British and Commonwealth vehicles of all kinds.
Parts list (3D-printed)
1    Type F Antennae mounts x2
2    Type G Antenna mount with protective ring
3    Blanking plate to cover unused socket
4    Lengths of 0.3 mm nickel wire x3 to be cut to length
A magnifying glass or headband is recommended to carefully snip the supports. Dimples are provided as drill guides.
Carefully drill 0.4 mm holes to take your wire – or your preferred antenna solution.

SMM3566B No.19 Wireless Antennae Set

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