This site is not associated or affiliated with Heath Company, Heath Kit or its subsidiaries and/or affiliates.This site is dedicated to the memory of my father who built Heathkits.


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I’m pleased to announce that I will be hosting several websites dedicated to the hobby of radio. The purpose of this site is to have a digital record of vintage Heathkit catalogs and manuals. This is good for a walk down memory lane as well as a reference of information all located on one website.

I’m currently looking for donations to be scanned and placed on the site for the world to enjoy. Don’t let these treasures go to the dump or for recycling. If you wish to give them a good home and they are currently from a non-smoking environment, please let me know by sending a quick email to me and I will be more than happy to place your name on the site if I use your donations.

P.S., if you have any other radio related (Radio Shack, Allied etc) catalogs, flyers, or anything you think should be preserved, please don’t hesitate to send them my way so I can scan them for the world to see.

Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.

73’s Joe Lockhart VE5JL.

My daughter and I looked through my collection. 94 in all including some duplicates (and some triplicates.) I will be posting a list of what I have, and looking for donations to fill in the gaps.

When winter comes and I set up my scanner, the real fun will begin.


Please check the menu for our latest added catalogs from Heathkit. I’ve recently added a few from 1958