- The AM/FM Stereo option was not available prior to 1970
- Also fits 1967-69 Chevrolet Trucks, but AM/FM option was not available prior to 1970.
- Fits in dash without any modifications
- Quality chrome plated faceplate and knobs exactly match the original
- 4 x 45 watts RMS output allows up to 180 watts of audio power
- AM or FM “roll over” dial looks and works like the original
- AM or FM band selected with slide bar like the original
- 10 presets (5 AM, 5 FM)
- Digitally tuned AM/FM stereo front end provides stable, high-quality reception
- Analog controls look and feel like the original radio
- All controls easily accessible. Volume, Tone, Balance, Fader and Tuning from original-looking controls
- Includes dash mounting hardware (baskets) exactly like the originals
- 7/16” shafts on controls for mounting (same size and thread as original shafts)
- Memory retention for user settings more than 40 years
- LED dial lights never need replacing
- Do not use original speakers
- Uses original antenna
- Auxiliary inputs (RCA jacks). Standard (Motorola) antenna jack
- ½" D shafts on controls for mounting (same size and thread as original shafts)
- Memory retention (presets and other user settings) more than 40 years with power disconnected
- 3 RCA jacks for left channel, right channel and sub-woofer line outs
- 5 mm phone jack for input from iPod, satellite radio or MP3 player
- Switch selectable for 1,2,3 or 4 speakers
- Switch selectable for North America or Europe mode
- Includes a 6 foot 3.5mm male-to-male auxiliary cable with every radio
- Bluetooth 3.0 EDR compliant
- Built in microphone for HFP (hands-free profile)
- HSP, A2DP, AVRCP profiles supported
- Programmable audio equalizer
- Place/answer calls or stream your favorite programs while maintaining original appearance!
- Not 100% exactly like the originals. Exact fit, correct knobs and pushbuttons - more options than the originals!
- Car manufacturers often adapted production radios to fit new or low-volume models. For example, in 1964 GM slightly modified their full-size passenger car manual-tune radios to fit their trucks. The only difference between the 1964 Impala radio and the 1964-66 Chevrolet Truck radio is the tuning shaft bushing and the knobs.
- We don't make a manual-tune radio, but we do make a 1964 AM/FM top-of-the-line radio. By modifying the shafts and replacing the knobs, we can supply a radio that fits perfectly and looks authentic, even though GM never offered this option. Our DREAM LINE Radios are made from the top-of-the-line models for that year.
|With auxiliary input for iPhone / Smart phone HANDS FREE! or satellite radio XM/Sirius, mp3 player, any old portable CD or cassette player!|
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