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Radio rebuild #1225284 Thu Jul 13 2017 03:01 AM
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Jhyp Offline OP
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Anyone out there ever use South Texas Antique Electronics to have their radio rebuilt? Looking to get the radio in my 1950 3100 working again. What other vendors have been used? Tkx. Jon

Re: Radio rebuild [Re: Jhyp] #1225293 Thu Jul 13 2017 06:50 AM
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Cablesmill Offline
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I used Old Car Radio in the Chattanooga area. He upgraded my 59's radio. You can reach him at (423) 344-8357 or 785-6333, his name is Charles.


1959 3100 Apache Fleetside
Re: Radio rebuild [Re: Jhyp] #1225295 Thu Jul 13 2017 10:53 AM
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tclederman Offline
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Charles,

You might want to also check with Fred (Private Message), truckernix (the moderator if The Radio Bench Forum).

He might know some repairers, and he might be able to do the repairs (he does not advertise this).


Tim
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1954 3106 Carryall Suburban - part of the family for 48 years
1954 3104 5-window pickup w/Hydra-Matic - part of the family for 14 years
Z-series (54/55) GMC 350 (2-ton) COE - now part of Dave's family
- If you have to stomp on your foot-pedal starter, either you, or your starter, or your engine, has a problem.
- The 216 and early 235 engine are not "splash oilers" - this is a splash oiler.
Re: Radio rebuild [Re: Jhyp] #1225303 Thu Jul 13 2017 12:54 PM
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truckernix Offline
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I do the odd radio for Bolters when they get stuck restoring it themselves. I like to see them succeed at what they are working on. Here are some links on this site: Radio Repair I have not done business with any of them but I have seen Gary Tayman participate on another site and he is very knowledgeable and well respected.


1951 GMC 1 Ton Flatbed -- It is finally on the road and what a great time I have driving it!
1951 1 Ton Completed


My Chevy Master 4 Door is on the Road!
Re: Radio rebuild [Re: truckernix] #1314948 Thu Jun 20 2019 01:35 AM
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JD1 Offline
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Originally Posted by truckernix
I do the odd radio for Bolters when they get stuck restoring it themselves. I like to see them succeed at what they are working on. Here are some links on this site: Radio Repair I have not done business with any of them but I have seen Gary Tayman participate on another site and he is very knowledgeable and well respected.

Is there an updated link?
Thank you.


1951 Chevy 3100 1/2 ton (1957 235, 4 speed, 411 rear)
Re: Radio rebuild [Re: Jhyp] #1314949 Thu Jun 20 2019 01:45 AM
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truckernix Offline
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Here is his current link. I don't know if they still do original type restorations or not. Tayman Electronics


1951 GMC 1 Ton Flatbed -- It is finally on the road and what a great time I have driving it!
1951 1 Ton Completed


My Chevy Master 4 Door is on the Road!

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