A Browning Golden Eagle Mark 4 (not A) but with the Nomad PLL board installed. If you don't know about Nomad and his CB radio kits and mods, the Mark 4 Nomad kit website can be seen here
It is well known and documented that Browning's Mark 4 transmitter was a hot mess and should have never been released. A RESET switch on a CB radio? wow. Anyway, Browning came out with the updated fixed PLL 'A' model a year later. Yes, this is a non 'A' but has the Nomad fix instead. Actually besides the Nomad PLL kit and Nomad recommended cap changes, ALL electrolytic caps on this radio have been replaced, with original specs or better. Some have higher voltage ratings, higher capacitance ratings, and higher temp ratings. All tubes and parts have been tested and anything not in tolerance has been replaced. It was then aligned and now works perfect. No glitches, no nothing. I used to use this as my main everyday radio and it worked perfect but I finally let a friend talk me out of it (and $1000 cheese didn't hurt either. It has -30 to +97 on the transmitter, but except for a medium/short ping, the receiver is completely stock, channels 1-60 only . Except for the Nomad kit and a 4 pin mic socket, the transmitter is stock too. Radio works perfect on both receive and transmit, over the air and on the bench. Brownings are truly fun to operate. I miss this one.