64 1964 Chrysler Am Fm Radio Good Working Mopar Crown Lebaron 63 Plymouth Dodge on 2040-parts.com
Kingston, Washington, US
Here is a good working 1964 Chrysler AM FM radio. The model number is 357. We have tested this radio and it plays good on AM and FM. Push buttons work good. Hand tuner works good. Push buttons have a little pitting in them. The face looks good.There is a spot for a plug in the back of this radio it is for front to rear speaker. To test we, had to put a jumper wire.Some times from the factory they did not put rear speakers in. If you have the plug in your car for the rear speaker you just pull that jumper wire out and put your plug in for the rear speaker.This radio might fit other models but we are not sure. Our sams photo facts does not show model 357 so we looked it up on the internet and some one said it was similar to model 351. And it looks the same as this radio. In that same folder they have 64 Plymouth and Dodge & 880 . So we don't know what all it fits but we are rather sure it fits 64 Chrysler.Might fit 63 too?? All the wires are in good shape and un-cut. Feel free to email questions or comments. If out side US ask for shipping cost.
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