Am/Fm radio with fader control levear right under the push buttons of the radio.There is a slide bar above the buttons to switch from AM to FM.The fader control moves left to right about the width of the push bottons..I there any way to tell physically on or in the radio what year it was produced?And if working,what is it worth?
That radio style was used on Many Ford products from the early 70s into the 80s. Look for a part number stamped on the radio. The 4 characters before 19A241 will tell what car it came from. Post them here. If there are no part numbers stamped in the metal and you see some smudgy blue ink then it's from '76 or newer.
I'm not sure if any of these were put into the early 70s Mustangs but generally they don't bring in much. I have a tough time getting $50 for really nice ones. They're just too common and from an era of not very desirable cars. Truck part numbers may run up the price a bit.
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1973 full size Ford cars used this set up.. Not Mustang. The number will be stamped into the side of the case. 1973 number will start with "D3ZE". In 1974 Ford started using a paper tag on the side of the case. It will read "D4ZE". Hope this helps.
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