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Old 05-07-2010, 11:38 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Wanted: 1966 Mustang 8 track

Looking for a NICE 1966 8 track. Would prefer something with very little to no pitting in the chrome on the faceplate. Prefer working unit but would consider one that needs internals restored. Please respond to me at brittonwhitworth@hotmail.com with pics and asking price.
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Old 05-09-2010, 06:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I dont have a 8 track but i do have a rare am /fm out of a 66 mustang if your interested
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Old 06-09-2010, 07:40 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Default I have a 66 8 track and correct pair of stereo doors too!

I have an original 66 AM 8 track that was certified,gone through,with receipt from an electronic shop about 5 years ago. A new drive belt was also installed for the tapedeck part. I never did install the radio in a car. I stripped the flat black finish off of the front piece. Really nice shape. Paint the flat black...plug 'er in!
I also have a correct set of 66 doors with the original speakers and grilles for this matching radio. They still have the coupe glass in them. They are not rotted.
The complete set of doors and radio deal will not be broken up(unless a ridiculous offer is made!)
The doors are NOT rotted. Nice lower inner lips too. The whole set will not be cheap. Over a grand for sure.
If I sold the set from here,I'd be glad to donate to this site.
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My buddy has an restored AM/8-track that he was going to use but ended up selling the car he bought it for. I will ask if he still has it and what he wants for it.
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Dollar - I only need the 8 track radio and speakers w/grilles. If you decide to split them up from the doors let me know.
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