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Technical AM radio ID, what is it from?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by drptop70ss, Aug 13, 2014.

  1. drptop70ss
    Joined: May 31, 2010
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    drptop70ss
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    Can anyone identify this AM radio that was forcefully installed into my latest Ford F1 project? Looks like quality work but the chisel looks to have been dull when the cut the dash.

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  2. J'st Wandering
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    I have something similar in a '53 Ford car.

    Neal
     
  3. Engine man
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    Engine man
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    from Wisconsin

    My first thought was Ford.
     
  4. dirt t
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    dirt t
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    Ford mid 50s.
     
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  5. Big_John
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  6. drptop70ss
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    drptop70ss
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    man, looks exactly like that 52 Ford radio except the numbers are different. Maybe a mix and match of years?
     
  7. mr.chevrolet
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    I think that was a factory install.
     
  8. J'st Wandering
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    1953. Ebay has a listing that looks like the one pictured above.
     
  9. d2_willys
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    d2_willys
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    from Kansas

    Pull it out and look for FOMOCO stamped on the metal. Also check to see if it is 12v or 6V, should be on vibrator if it has one, if not, check the tube numbers. The first number on the tubes is either 6 or 12.
     

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