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Author Topic: 74 radio antenna-how to tell if it is original/correct? And value if it is?  (Read 647 times)

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Was moving some stuff around in our utility room and found the antenna off the Pinto. I don't want/need it and will list it here if I can find out for sure it is a factory one, no point trying to sell an aftermarket one.

I am assuming it is just an AM one, I have no idea what the car had for a radio other than the Kraco am/fm/8 track it had when I bought it. Before anyone asks, that got tossed.  :o

So are there any part numbers anywhere or any other sort of identifying marks?

As far as value goes, just wondering if it is original whether $5 is too much or $45 is too little. In other words, I have no idea.  ;D

Thanks,
Russ
In Glendale, Arizona

RIP Casey, Mallory, Abby, and Sadie. We miss you.

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