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New old stock 1950's Camfield Propeller Mfg. Co. (Grand Haven, Michigan) Antenna Mast used on the Chance Vought F4U Corsair during WWII and the Korean War. Part of the AN/ARC-5 Command Radio Set.
VHF TYPE AN-104-AX (AX means it was designated for the Navy)
Complete with original box and accessories
US Navy Stamp on Bottom of Antenna
32 Inches Tall x 3 Inches Wide x 1 Inch Thick
Threaded into a custom fabricated mirror polished 7 inch aluminium base.
The AN-104-AX is designed for 100 to 156 MHz, and also contains an anchoring hole for an HF wire antenna support. It thus serves as the VHF antenna and the forward support for an HF antenna. the AN-104-series is the most common US VHF aircraft mast of WWII and Korean War, and can be seen behind the cockpit of many allied fighters and mid spine on multi engine aircraft, with an antenna wire connect from the top of mast to the top of the tail.
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