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does anyone know anyone who is good at fixing a 62 thunderbird radio? does anyone sell an original looking but modern radio? thank you

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does anyone know anyone who is good at fixing a 62 thunderbird radio? does anyone sell an original looking but modern radio? thank you
Greg Thompson at S/M Electro-Tech is the best in the business when it comes to vintage car radio repair, and conversions, IMO.

He can either fix your radio, or he can convert it to AM/FM/Aux input 4-channel stereo. He also manufactures (in the USA) replacement speakers that will fit in the existing locations without modifications and have the proper impedance (8-10 ohm) to work with original factory radios.

I have been doing business with S/M Electro-Tech for nearly 10 years, and they have repaired or converted over 50 radios for me. They are a full-time business with three technicians.

Call Greg toll free at (877) 780-2861

And check out their website:
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Like I say, they are the best in the business......
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Greg Thompson at S/M Electro-Tech is the best in the business when it comes to vintage car radio repair, and conversions, IMO.

He can either fix your radio, or he can convert it to AM/FM/Aux input 4-channel stereo. He also manufactures (in the USA) replacement speakers that will fit in the existing locations without modifications and have the proper impedance (8-10 ohm) to work with original factory radios.

I have been doing business with S/M Electro-Tech for nearly 10 years, and they have repaired or converted over 50 radios for me. They are a full-time business with three technicians.

Call Greg toll free at (877) 780-2861

And check out their website:
Home Page
Radio Page
Speaker Page

Like I say, they are the best in the business......
thank you,I'll give him a call.
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