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1954 1955 Buick Selectronic Radio on 2040-parts.com

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Hull, Georgia, United States

Hull, Georgia, United States

 1954 Buick Selectronic Radio. Also correct for '55, just paint the dial marker fluorescent orange and switch knobs. For full restoration or parts, does not include the footswitch. This is a signal seeking "Wonerbar" type radio which when pressing the single bar on the radio or the footswitch it automatically seeks and stops on the next channel.

Will ship domestic and international. Estimate $30-$50 domestic in lower 48. PLEASE WAIT FOR INVOICE before paying. 


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