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Old 09-17-2018, 12:26 PM
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I have a factory am/fm if you want it. That one have the antenna in the glass?
Yes, sir; and dual speakers, apparently. I'll PM you about this. Thanks!
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Interesting items; I'm especially glad to get the wiring diagram, just in case:
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Old 09-17-2018, 12:42 PM
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Interesting items; I'm especially glad to get the wiring diagram, just in case:
The following manuals are on the way, thanks to eBay:
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The only other book that would be a great thing to have is the 1972 Oldsmobile Parts Manual. If you find one, it should be no later than October 1972, since that will have all the 1972 parts listings, along with corrections, and the introduction parts for the 1973. As the years go on, they will list those parts for the 1972 model year cars, however, many of the parts will not be listed in that book, to save space, even though they were still be available through the Parts Depot. If you have the part number it will allow you to search for a particular part on eBay.
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The only other book that would be a great thing to have is the 1972 Oldsmobile Parts Manual. If you find one, it should be no later than October 1972, since that will have all the 1972 parts listings, along with corrections, and the introduction parts for the 1973. As the years go on, they will list those parts for the 1972 model year cars, however, many of the parts will not be listed in that book, to save space, even though they were still be available through the Parts Depot. If you have the part number it will allow you to search for a particular part on eBay.
I'm keeping an eye out for one.

I'm already bidding on '72 Olds emissions and consumer information booklets.
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You will find that wire diagram to be a good guess. Send me your address I'll drop the radio in the mail you owe me the stamps. Think I have three of them now.
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The only other book that would be a great thing to have is the 1972 Oldsmobile Parts Manual. If you find one, it should be no later than October 1972, since that will have all the 1972 parts listings, along with corrections, and the introduction parts for the 1973. As the years go on, they will list those parts for the 1972 model year cars, however, many of the parts will not be listed in that book, to save space, even though they were still be available through the Parts Depot. If you have the part number it will allow you to search for a particular part on eBay.
Does anyone here have one of these for sale? I'm still watching eBay along with the OCA page and magazine, but nothing has come available yet.
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I have one on cd. I can send to you and you can down load it. I don't think i have used it. The Hallonders exchange has been useful though. You get one at least 1975 it will cover everything that will go one your car.
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