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Selling my Ford AM/FM radio that was in the trunk of my stang when received in Feb 2013.

 

It looks in great shape and there's no reason why it shouldn't be working as I was told it was back in 1998 when pulled from the dash. The new owner in 1998 wanted an AM/FM cassette player. So the radio with other items sat on the shelf in a climate controlled warehouse.

 

Here's the same radio being sold on ebay for a BIN of $235.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/68-69-70-71-72-73-74-75-76-77-78-79-FORD-AM-FM-RADIO-MUSTANG-TRUCK-MERC-LINCOLN-/321189637097?vxp=mtr

 

The one difference is that my radio's two knobs have a black center.

 

I'm asking $125 shipped within the 48 or you can pick it up for $100 if somewhat local.

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$125 is a very fair Price, thats what I paid for mine.

 

you see some on E-bay hit "Buy now" over $200 which I feel is over priced.

 

BTW the raido you sold is not a Mustang Radio, it had 4 chanels Front L+R and Rear L+R, which was used on other larger ford cars.

The Mustang Radio only had L+R

 

I personlay like the 4 channel radio.

Iyman

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$125 is a very fair Price, thats what I paid for mine.

 

you see some on E-bay hit "Buy now" over $200 which I feel is over priced.

 

BTW the raido you sold is not a Mustang Radio, it had 4 chanels Front L+R and Rear L+R, which was used on other larger ford cars.

The Mustang Radio only had L+R

 

I personlay like the 4 channel radio.

 

Got $110 shipped for it and never said that it was a Mustang radio.

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Someone get a Great deal for $110 :)

 

I'm looking for a schematic to add AUX input on to mine, and document how to do it.

Iyman

1972 Mustang Convertable :run_horse:  [button=http://www.7173mustangs.com/forum-garage?filterxt_uid=1507]Visit My Garage[/button]

Visit the Mustang Car Club of New England Facebook Page [button=https://www.facebook.com/MUSTANGCCNE]MCCNE FB Page[/button]

 

Visit the Mustang Car Club of New England Web Page [button=http://www.mccne.com/]MCCNE Web Page[/button]

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