Hey everyone! So I have a treat for you all tonight. Yesterday evening I posted an ad on Craigslist titled "Wanted: Electronic Test Equipment". This morning I found an email in my inbox saying a gentleman that lived just up the road from my apartment in Boston, saying his father-in-law, who was an electrical/mechanical engineer who schooled at MIT in the '50s, had just passed away and left all his old equipment in this gentleman's basement. He wanted to get rid of it to make room for a house renovation. I ended up finding the following items, along with dozens of other pieces of equipment that I had to turn down for multiple reasons. Above is an RCA RF signal generator (left) and an Eico tube multimeter (right). This is an audio generator. Unfortunately the square wave side doesn't work, but the sine wave side does. I also found another one, a bit older (with vacuum tubes), which is fully functional: Here are some miscellaneous items I picked up, including Resistance and Capacitance boxes, a newer analog multimeter, portable adjustable power supply, and a resistance wheel: I'm going to have to split this up into a second post, since I'm only allowed 6 attachments per post.