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#1376397 Tue Sep 08 2020 07:32 PM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 24
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New Guy
Can anyone please tell me where the radio, if a radio was available for a 41-46, was located? I prefer not to cut into my dash and thought I could hang it below the dash but there are so many obstructions with the window crank, the vent lever, the switches, and glove box, I am hoping someone has a good solution.
Many thanks to all,
Steve

Joined: Aug 2001
Posts: 5,026
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Mixed Up
SH, I have a 46 2-Ton Chevy and the second owner.
Bought it from the wife who's husband bought it new in 1946.
It has, what I think, is a factory radio or a dealer add on.
I'll see if I can get a picture of it. If it is not raining right now.

Don


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Got up to the barn and back before it started storming. Got a few pictures.
I don't know if is a factory or a dealer add on.

Hope this helps!
Don

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Of all the things I've lost in my life, I miss my mind the most!

1967 GMC 9500 Fire Ladder Truck
"The Flag Pole"
In the Stovebolt Gallery [stovebolt.com]
More pix on Photobucket [s893.photobucket.com]
'46 2-Ton grain truck
'48 3/4-ton grain truck
'50 2-ton flatbed
'54 Pontiac Straight Eight
'70 American LaFrance pumper fire truck.
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 163
D
'Bolter
Look for the pictures the Tim Sheridan posted of his pickup. It shows what I think was the normal radio location on a 41-46 for a GM supplied radio. It hung below the dash to the left of the steering column.

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'Bolter
Steve,
The correct radio and location for your 46 is shown in the attached photos. Also a photo of the correct antenna.
Harold

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Restored Ready to Install 4.JPG (59.61 KB, 129 downloads)
Antenna 1946.jpg (14.9 KB, 129 downloads)
Interior 6.JPG (31.92 KB, 119 downloads)
Last edited by Harold46; Wed Sep 09 2020 08:46 PM.

Harold
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'Bolter
Harold has it right. I have the same radio installed in the same location on my '42. Works OK and it is fun to have the stock set up. It is only AM, of course, and the integral speaker points to the floor. Unfortunately, I don't have an ear near my left knee and it is very hard to hear over the cab noise going down the road.
Kent


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New Guy
Harold,
Thank you so much. Pictures are worth 1000 misconstrued words.
Aloha,
Steve

Joined: Mar 2001
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Hey Harold. Good to see you are still out here. I don’t get out here much anymore but still love it.


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