After I posted this in January, I wasn’t sure I would ever hear anything more about it. But, fortunately, I was recently contacted by Ken KA5KEN, who said he had parts and documentation for the radio.
For the people who know me personally, it should come as no big surprise that I love Amateur Radio. I got my General Class license two years ago and I’ve got an MMR-40 in the final stages of construction. So it was with some excitement that I recently got my hands on this antique single-sideband transceiver.