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Old 01-21-2012, 03:51 AM   #1
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Adding an AM/FM Decal

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I recently acquired an early model van AM/FM radio. It has the Delco inscribed on the lens, which made me think it was an original truck radio. I later found out that it wasn't. The letting on the dial drum was white and a different font. I purchased some reproduction truck AM/FM drum decals to install. However, I could not find any write-up for installing any. So, being the do-it-your-selfer, I decided to do my own write-up.

So, here it goes...


1. Remove the 5 sheet metal screws on the top of the radio.
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Adding an AM/FM Decal

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