Re: [FWDLK] 58 Imperial Radio?
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Re: [FWDLK] 58 Imperial Radio?



Is that a sig-seeker, Bill?

They were rather more common on an IMP than on a Dodge. Is there a
separate power amplifier with an IMP unit?

If so, there should have to be a separate mounting bracket, to attach
the amp to the firewall.

The radio won't work without that separate amp, if it requires one.

The radio should be professionally cleaned and adjusted, which might
cost around $100.00.

So, for a 1-unit/piece signal seeking radio in decent condition, I'd pay
about $100.00 for it, knowing that I'd need to drop some more money, to
dial it in, after I got it.

Neil Vedder


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  • From: "Bill K." <pontiac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 11 Jul 2008 00:40:03 -0400
So what's a reasonable price to expect to pay for a '58 Imperial radio in untested condition, pulled out of the car that's sat for 40 years?
 
$50?  $25?
 
 
Thanks -
 
 
Bill K.
 
 

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