It was not a kit, only the schematic diagram and the construction drawings were supplied. All components had to be bought one by one in a shop. At the right a part of the drawing. It shows the power supply and the IF and LF amplifiers. In the 2010 on the photo's the choke in the power supply was replaced by some resistors. This works fine for low current.
Also the chassis is home made from 4 mm aliminium. All holes are hand drilled and hand cutted.
Since there was some space left in the unit, it was possible to place a 2-meter converter. This small Printed Circuit Board converts the 2-meter band: 144-146 Mhz to the 10-meter band: 28-30 Mhz.
At that time the most popular modulation on 2-meter was FM modulation and the 2010 had no FM demodulator. However, the narrowband FM was very good detectable on the edge of the signal, with the so called "edge detection".
Below all four drawings that I found back after a very long time. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger size.
Below some of the photo's that were taken about 40 years after its construction. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger size.
At the right you can see the first page of the Radio Bulletin article from Nov. 1962. Click on it to download the PDF file (600k). Plaese note that it is in the Dutch language. But note that schematic diagrams are international,