1969 Torino Ranchero Fairlane Am Fm Radio on 2040-parts.com
New Port Richey, Florida, United States
1969 Torino Fairlane Ranchero Factory AM/FM. Radio..With 4 NOS Knobs.. .Working condition.. Dial rotate smoothly volume works well push buttons all work correctly.. Uncut Original wiring . The face plate is in good condition along with original knobs . There is a 20% restocking fee.. this radio will also fit in a 68 and be technically correct other than C9 number on the side...
When looking for a Mustang Torino AM/FM radios make sure the seller shows the part number of the radio because many people on eBay claim to have 68 69 70 radios with the slide bar under the push buttons which is a mid seventies unit... please bear in mind this is a 45 year plus original working radio and is subject to just being old...
I have been saving these radios for a while in case I needed them in Future car purchase but I've decided to reduce the inventory down..Thanks Vintage Mustang Musclecars..More info 727 418 4440.
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