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    Guaranteed to work or your money back 1969 Like new Blaupunkt Hamburg AM Radio

    Like new reason being it was bought for a restoration project back in the 70s and installed in the dash. Car project never finished it just sat in the garage until I bought the radio from the shop. Tested and guaranteed to work. $350 including shipping within the USA.

    I take payment through paypal

    email me

    resra@att.net
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    If you scroll down to this comprehensive list of Blaupunkt radios used on Porsches, you can see below scrolling down to the list for year 1969.1970 that this particular AM radio serial number 7639570 was used in 1969/1970 Porsche 911

    http://derwhites356literature.com/Ne...ktRadioID.html

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    Were these faceplates and knobs used by Porsche factory? Look like something for a Mercedes.
    Mike Fitton # 2071
    2012 991 Platinum Silver
    1971 911T Targa Bahia Red
    1995 911 Carrera Polar Silver

    Arlington Hts., IL

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfitton View Post
    Were these faceplates and knobs used by Porsche factory? Look like something for a Mercedes.
    Correct, faceplate and knobs are for Mercedes

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    That's why I'm not asking $650 for a radio like you sell mfitton:

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...t-V-Code-64-65

    Please stay off my back. No need to post on every damn post I make. I don't need your smarty pant remarks. I never claimed face plate is for this or that. The radio is correct for 69-70 Porsches and that's all. Stay off my posts man. Just stay off. You are really becoming annoying.

    You won't find a single comment of me making on other peoples post! I mind my own business and so should you? What do you do? Do you just go around all day trolling others posts? I'm telling you, stay away from my posts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inka2002tii View Post
    That's why I'm not asking $650 for a radio like you sell mfitton:

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...t-V-Code-64-65
    Sorry Inka that $650 radio has been sold. How come Enoz doesn't get a scolding too, since he confirmed that the faceplate and knobs are for a Mercedes also? If you are going to list this item in 911 Parts "for sale" forum then it needs to be pointed out what is not really for an early Porsche car, like it or not that is what we do here. Nothing wrong with the radio, looks like a nice one but to make it right for our cars you need to change the faceplate and knobs.
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    Mike Fitton # 2071
    2012 991 Platinum Silver
    1971 911T Targa Bahia Red
    1995 911 Carrera Polar Silver

    Arlington Hts., IL

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    Because you are the annoying one. Enoz doesn't jump on every post like you do. Enoz just does it under the radar.

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    Wow. Great work building a rapport with the community, mr. seller.

    Good luck
    1969 S Coupe #761
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    Quote Originally Posted by inka2002tii View Post
    That's why I'm not asking $650 for a radio like you sell mfitton:

    http://www.early911sregistry.org/for...t-V-Code-64-65

    Please stay off my back. No need to post on every damn post I make. I don't need your smarty pant remarks.
    Just for fun I checked you started 57 threads and I posted on 7 of them and 4 of the posts were positive, one even made you laugh! I have to admit "smarty pants" made me laugh, I haven't heard that term in ages.
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    Mike Fitton # 2071
    2012 991 Platinum Silver
    1971 911T Targa Bahia Red
    1995 911 Carrera Polar Silver

    Arlington Hts., IL

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    I bought a radio for my 67 911;the seller said ‘it works’. Upon arrival, I sent it off to be checked over and serviced. “Radio man” ( as Trump might say) emailed me that the radio had been reverse polarized { wires crossed by seller; my guess},and rendered beyond ($) reasonable repair! Didn’t get my money back. He finally relented and sent me a NOS SWB P O R S C H E block-off plate! Still a hassle!


    * Clarification * (response to a lengthy pm)

    OP, no, I did not ever buy anything from you! The above,dialog, is something that happened to me a few years ago. The seller stated that the radio ‘works’. Upon arrival, I sent the radio to a well known repairman with the results listed above. No, there was no guarantee or promise to refund if it did not work. I assumed that when it didn’t, he would probably honor the sale and return my purchase price. He said, No. I can only assume, since I never fiddled with the radio to see if it works or not, that, it did not work in the first place!

    Sorry if you didn’t get the intent of my post. I think you are being honest and open with your sale, a guarantee money back if it doesn’t work!

    Also, my purchase was not made here among mostly honest members,and guests. Glws.....cliff
    Last edited by Cliff; 01-14-2018 at 06:19 PM.

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