For Sale Parting 67 300 Convertible

Dutchrebuild

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Was a 350 horse car...no good sheet metal but still has lots of good parts...am/fm radio, disc breaks, no cracks dash pad, some stainless etc

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Radio is a 68 stereo unit.
Make sure the faceplate goes with radio due to round knobs.
67 was mono AM/FM thumbwheel unit. FYI.
GLWS
 

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Radio is a 68 stereo unit.
Make sure the faceplate goes with radio due to round knobs.
67 was mono AM/FM thumbwheel unit. FYI.
GLWS

If I remember, this would also mean it would have the "Stereo Multiplexer" in the back of the rear seat, correct? I seem to remember reading in the FSM that contraption was part of the hardware for the stereo system, compared to the normal mono radio. Would you even need a higher amp rated alternator for that setup?
 

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Their seems to be some debate on weather the radio is a 67 or 68 because of the round knobs...the 67 faceplate has a different design than the 68...so a round knob must have been optional in 67... I will post better pics of radio and cars fender tag later today and maybe we can figure it out!
 

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Might have been an option that was added later in the model year.

I never noticed before that they swapped the position of the ribs on the dash between '67 and '68.

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That looks to be the same am/fm radio I have in my ‘68. Mine doesn’t work, but there is that multiplexer device behind the rear seat. You won’t see it until you remove the seat back.
 

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Did that lower dash steering column cover survive the disassembly process? I’d be interested in that for my buddy’s 68 300. I think that’s the same piece for both years.
 

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Hello,
Would you sell the front bow of the convertible top if its any good?
 
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