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Old 06-02-2010, 09:37 AM
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Hey Doug...and then someone would pull up next to you and key their microphone...the feedback caused your ears to bleed!
That was you, Bill? What a brat. 35 year later and I still don't have all my hearing back!
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My question is which one of the two of you want to come mount my radios? That was pretty good work on both your parts. I have been meaning to mount the radio in the 76 and soon the 64. I really had to do some rigging in the 70.
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Old 06-02-2010, 05:47 PM
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My question is which one of the two of you want to come mount my radios? That was pretty good work on both your parts. I have been meaning to mount the radio in the 76 and soon the 64. I really had to do some rigging in the 70.
Ron, it's really a pity that you don't live up this way. I would be more than delighted to give you a hand with your radios.
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I know of one PCS Member that sent another PCS Member a round trip airline ticket to come to his home and do some "repairs". Wined, or is that whined and dined him while he worked on the "cars". I am sure that you could do the same to get someone to work on your cars...
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Old 06-02-2010, 06:53 PM
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I know of one PCS Member that sent another PCS Member a round trip airline ticket to come to his home and do some "repairs". Wined, or is that whined and dined him while he worked on the "cars". I am sure that you could do the same to get someone to work on your cars...
Hmmmmm....and as I recall, the certain someone was a fellow Criterion owner!
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My question is which one of the two of you want to come mount my radios? That was pretty good work on both your parts. I have been meaning to mount the radio in the 76 and soon the 64. I really had to do some rigging in the 70.
Ron bring Your car to My House and I will install everything for You


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before this post degrades into something else here are the ones in my or now Steve's 72. now I did not hack up the dash and cram that pa 15 in there but someone did. piece of ready rod screwed to the back and down to the steel frame of the dash to hold it up in back.
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gettig old I swear I up loaded the pictures. now when I did ht emike clips I put them right were the old screw holes were. so I never drilled a hole in my dash.
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Old 06-03-2010, 09:12 AM
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That's quite the interesting installation, Ed. I"ve never seen the dash cut out for a siren like that before. Years ago, B.C. Ambulance Service built their own ambulances, originally Dodge Type 3's, and they put the Midland LMR two-way radio in the slot where the factory music radio would have gone, but no cutting was required.

Do you have the main radio portion of that Motorola Micor, or just the control head in the picture?

Thanks for the pics!
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My question is which one of the two of you want to come mount my radios? That was pretty good work on both your parts. I have been meaning to mount the radio in the 76 and soon the 64. I really had to do some rigging in the 70.
Ok guys, another class at the Int'l Meet. Here's the schedule so sign up now!

001: "Trimming Skirts-101" 3 p.m.

002: "Mounting a Q2B-101" 4:30 p.m.

003: "Radion Installation" 5:30 pm


Professor Ed will be conducting these classes with his associate adjuncts. Tips or beer appreciated.
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