For Sale 69-73 dodge Plymouth am/fm

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    came out of a 69 fury but,I believe it fits 69-73 dodge,Plymouth wires have been cut. Untested
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    All I can see are two
     
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    Look closer,there is a 3rd red wire that is a little shorte next to the 2 strand green/black.
     
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    Plymouth and Dodge radios were not the same for 1969 and 1970, and during those years they both used thumb wheels, not knobs as on your example, while the face plates in the Dodges were flat and those in the Plymouths had curved faces. The Dodge and Plymouth radios and dashes in general were much the same for 1971 through 1973 and used knobs in those years. The radio you have is a non-stereo version of an am/fm radio for a Dodge or Plymouth from 1971-3 originally, even if it came out of a 1969 Plymouth. Stereo versions would have had 4 transistors instead of only 2 as on your version. Some details may have varied during the 71 - 73 period, but I believe my summary is generally correct. Maybe others can weigh in with additional detail differences that I may not have correct (e.g. some radios said Plymouth or Dodge on the faceplates and some didn't mention the make of car in those years).
     
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