I do not remember any business band telephone in the Andy Drumm 300F Special when Merle Wolfer & Ken Diehl bought it from Andy Drum’s Estate(Grandson). Merle Wolfer drove it around Portland, OR and had it in several local meets before he and Ken sold it to Wayne Graefen. Ken Diehl, a former member of the 300 Club, Inc. now lives in Prineville, OR. They took a trailer to Nevada to bring it to Portland where they replaced the clutch and installed the proper trunk lid among other things. I am aware of the phone antenna.
Our 1970 Chrysler 300 Convertible has a business band telephone “General Electric” Mfg by ATT Telecommunications which is probably the same type of phone that was in the 300F.
John, Portland, OR
The radio delete plate is the same as my old 300G stick. I wonder what happened to the business band telephone / radio that used to be in the old Andy Drumm 300 F. in the Wayne G picture web sight?
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Here’s a link to a picture of Wayne G.’s old 300F that did not have a radio. http://300f.com/8403141452_g.htm?load_img=13
Note that in 1960, the bezels were on the radio and the clock and in 1961 and 1962, the bezels were on the trim itself. So I don’t think the 1960 radio block off plate would work on the later cars.
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