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> WTB: Radio Pieces
Rob-O
post Nov 6 2019, 11:07 PM
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Just got my Blaupunkt Frankfurt refurbished. Some of the parts I had that came to me when I bought the (broken) radio were a super thick basketweave faceplate. This thing is super stout but I think if I mount the radio to it it will stand proud of the remaining basketweave trim on the dash. So I’m looking for:

1. The large faceplate that the dial indicator and knobs would ‘stick through’.

2. Side clips for the radio. The correct type allow the radio to snap/clip into the hole in the main metal dash.

3. A ‘U’ clip. This clip attaches to the back of the radio (via the ‘U’) and has two small tabs that attach to the bulkhead just behind the radio. So the clip essentially hold up the back portion of the radio.

4. Possibly the small chrome bezel that fits around the dial indicator area.
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