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    FS: 1973/74 Blaupunkt Frankfurt Stereo + Matching Booklet

    FS: A 1973/74 Euro Blaupunkt Frankfurt Stereo, with a smal chrome faceplate, levels and correct knobs. Radio is working great. Included is a fuseholder and matching Blaupunkt booklet. Price 475 euro + shipping and fee

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    This is still available

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    This working radio is still available

  4. #4
    Hi Enoe05, I've Dm'ed you.

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    Enoz was very helpful with his answers but this isn't the radio for me. Just wanted to let the forum know in case anyone else was interested.

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    Most of those overseas radios don't have a wide enough FM band for us Charles
    Clyde Boyer


    1968 2.0 Coupe LHD, US delivered
    1972 2.5ST Coupe LHD Replica
    1972 2.4T/E Coupe LHD US delivered 68,000 miles from new
    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD Aussie delivered
    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD UK delivered
    1994 BMW Coupe E36 M3 18,000km






    Early S Registry Member #294
    First Aussie R Gruppe Member #366
    TYP 901 Register Inc #6

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    Thanks Clyde. Yes, that is what I found out. I’m going to be sticking to the sweet sound of a flat 6 instead!

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    Most if not all of the Aussie dealer delivered cars came in without a radio so Hamiltons could add the cost and make some more money
    Clyde Boyer


    1968 2.0 Coupe LHD, US delivered
    1972 2.5ST Coupe LHD Replica
    1972 2.4T/E Coupe LHD US delivered 68,000 miles from new
    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD Aussie delivered
    1973 2.4E Coupe RHD UK delivered
    1994 BMW Coupe E36 M3 18,000km






    Early S Registry Member #294
    First Aussie R Gruppe Member #366
    TYP 901 Register Inc #6

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    Lol. That was probably standard practice ‘til the Japanese imports came in fully loaded and gave the Aussie motor trade a kick!

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    This radio and matching booklet is still available

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