I thought I'd start this thread so anyone can easily locate information on one of Fisher's rarest tube receivers, and current owners can post their information and pictures. If you have any documentation, manuals, information, etc. please feel free to post it here. From what I have learned, they started making them in 1967 and stopped in 1969. They were mostly sold in PX's for military servicemen needing the dual voltage option for overseas use. I have yet to see an actual manual for the 1800, it would be a great find if any exist. They are identical to the 800-C except for a dual color face plate, dual voltage transformer, and from what Dave G. noticed, a few internal components have slightly different specs. Knowing the existing 1800's probably have a history to them by giving comfort to our nations fighting force, just adds to the cool factor. http://classicreceivers.com/fisher-1800 Any AK member who owns a Fisher 1800, please post all you can about it, including the serial number. I currently own serial numbers 52406T and 51692T This is a terrific thread about its restoration. http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=637634 **Current known 1800 serial #'s** 51564T - RS Steve 51611T - lithography 51674T - online 51692T - RS Steve 51694T - for sale online 51997T - Ivorydan 52127T - Tuna 52154T - Ivorydan 52406T - RS Steve xxxxxx - Fisherdude ???????