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WIW 72-74 E-body AM/FM radio w/casssette #2835907
10/21/20 10:30 PM
10/21/20 10:30 PM
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Scranton, PA
Montclaire Offline OP
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I'm curious what these are going for nowadays. 72-74 E-body AM/FM with cassette plug. Wires are all intact, buttons work, haven't put power to it but the case is in nice shape - looks like it's been sitting on a shelf somewhere dry for a long time. Thanks

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Re: WIW 72-74 E-body AM/FM radio w/casssette [Re: Montclaire] #2835975
10/22/20 08:01 AM
10/22/20 08:01 AM
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The Historic Hudson Valley
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You have the cassette player or any related parts?

Appears to say 73 Dodge on back on radio.


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Re: WIW 72-74 E-body AM/FM radio w/casssette [Re: MONC] #2836020
10/22/20 09:53 AM
10/22/20 09:53 AM
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I sold one I restored/detailed...painted the outline around the face, polished the glass, new bulb, tested to make sure am/fm were working with the shorting plug...it was mint ready to go...$300 at Carlisle about 7 years ago.

Re: WIW 72-74 E-body AM/FM radio w/casssette [Re: shakerjoe] #2836023
10/22/20 10:07 AM
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Just the radio. I’ve seen AMs go for almost $300, maybe Carlisle isn’t the best place to sell a radio.

Re: WIW 72-74 E-body AM/FM radio w/casssette [Re: Montclaire] #2836207
10/22/20 05:33 PM
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Mequon, WI
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For me, it completely depends on if it works or not and has all the connectors and knobs. If I have to pay a pile to a restorer/rebuilder to get it to work, I'm not going to offer much. Maybe $50-$100. Not sure what the "market" is for a working one.







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