OK, so the scanner comes without a power supply which could be a major issue if the radio needed a strange voltage, but at 13.8 volt and a low current need means hooking it up to a cheap and nasty CB radio supply will do the job nicely (that’s if you can’t find a replacement Radio Shack model).
There are some cosmetic marks on the scanner although considering its age these aren’t too bad and it also would benefit from a good clean (why people don’t do this before advertising an item is always lost on me).
All this could keep the price down and if your prepared to toss a coin on how well the scanner functions, end up with a bargain.
With roughly 2 and a half days left on the auction (at time of writing), there’s enough time to see how things go and what sort of bids are laid down.
Radio Shack Pro 2036 Specs
Frequency Coverage 29-54, 108-174, 380-512, 806-956 MHz
Modes AM and FM
Power Source 13.8 VDC