Now, lets compare and contrast a 70-up A body AM FM . Because the chasis and dimensions are very simular, many people are easily mislead into buying a much more common A body radio.This radio pictured below is NOT correct for 1970 B body, but is very often mistaken as such. The unit pictured below is a "dime a dozen " A body .
Lets take note of some of the differences.
For example, notice the flat lense . Also take note that the push buttons, although black, are smooth on top and do not have the square openings. The A body does not have alignment pins on front, nor does it have the holes for the mounting bolts on front. In contrast, it has threaded knob shaft surrounds that the B body does not have.
Those are just a few of the differences that will help you, when out shopping for a "real deal" 1970 B body AM FM.
The 70 B am fm is a pretty tough radio to find.
To give you an example, most people consider the 1968-9 B body AM FM thumbwheel to be "rare" . We see probably 10 times as many of those come in for service than the "elusive" 1970 units .
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