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Has anyone sent there radio out to be rebuilt & have FM installed ?
You should find @Prorac2's build thread on the little red 63 Valiant. His grandfather (RIP) modded the heck out of his radio and did that. It's pretty badass.
Nope. My 69 was left AM and works but not used. Bluetooth Portable Bose box And IPhone is all I need to rock Out on those country rides!
I sent my 69 original Thumbwheel AM here, Retroradio in PA. Call and spoke to Mike, great customer service. Very happy with it. Home - Radio Restoration
And your choice of tunes is always handy! Siri is handy as well!
We spent close to $400 getting factory am/FM back working and installed an aux jack for phone/music etc ...but in the end it's still only what 5 watts if that? We will be going with a hidden system of some kind. Ours was done by Wards radio, I believe in Alabama
all I have is a cheap flip phone lol
"Ditto" on just having a flip phone, so if I ever get to the radio, it'll be a conversion or hidden system with the radio cleaned up and powered with just a light. I can't have a camera phone due to security at work. I've had this mil-grade spec phone for 4 years. It's been dropped, thrown and other battle tests. Battery still holds a charge for 3 or 4 days. Texting sucks, but I don't like to anyways.
lol I hear ya
This little box puts out tons of quality sound. Lay it in back seat and enjoy. No wiring and the battery lasts for 8 hours or more. Decide If you have To have your classic wired up or not. I went the standard AM and crappy Single speaker in the dash. But that does not mean you need to have bad tunes while enjoying your ride! Even if your wife likes Pink!