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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 04-17-2019, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Dead AM Radio Wanted

Do you have a dead AM radio for a 65 or 66? I could use it. I could either use the whole radio or even just the buttons (I'm not exactly sure how to remove/replace them, but I need a set.)

If you want to give your dead radio a chance at new life, please let me know. I plan to use it to fill the hole and use it to power a separate stereo.

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Color: Y
Trim: 22
Axle: 6
Trans: 6
Build Date: July 18, 1966


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I have no idea if it's dead but I have a 66 radio I'm not going to put back in the car we are building. The car was in pieces when we got it.
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I'll PM you. Thanks for the hit back.

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6F07C
Color: Y
Trim: 22
Axle: 6
Trans: 6
Build Date: July 18, 1966


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Or: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1964-1966-F...temCondition=4 If you can pick this up for $30 shipped, that would be a pretty good deal.

Oh, and the knobs just pull off.

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