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> FS: Restored Blaupunkt Franfurt $199 shipped, Blaupunkt Expert Repaired
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post Mar 2 2017, 09:05 PM
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Radio number two is a Blaupunkt Frankfurt made in Japan. It is a 4 speaker stereo radio. Included is the speaker out leads and power harness. Radio knobs are NOS but not perfect. Radio is spaced out and ready to go into a shaft radio plate. I put it in one to show what it would look like. 7 Pin DIN output plug . $199 shipped

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post Mar 2 2017, 09:18 PM
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What year 914 is this radio correct for?
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post Mar 2 2017, 09:26 PM
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Do not know what year it would be correct for. Most radios were installed by ? dealer, owner, stereo shop. I put three different radios in one car as the radios evolved.
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QUOTE(Mike Fitton @ Mar 2 2017, 07:18 PM) *

What year 914 is this radio correct for?


This is an early 80's radio. Still nice for a 914 if you are not concerned about 100% originality.
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ARI system used in the '80s for traffic announcement while the tape player was engaged.
Advertisers hated it, I thought it was great.
So it will work in a 914 but not period correct.
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