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Old 06-03-2010, 11:28 AM
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Doug I did not grab the radio when I picked up the control head. one of the oops in my life, but then I did not intend to put it on line and the extra 50 lb briefcase was something I did not think I would need. they did put this siren were the radio should be in this car. wiped out the cigar lighter to. I though it was some one else that just cut the hole and stabbed it in but when I looked in back the ready rod was bent and washer welded on top for the screw into the case. so it was not a hasty done thing. just one more of the strange things done in this DOD car.
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Old 06-04-2010, 10:36 AM
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Doug I did not grab the radio when I picked up the control head. one of the oops in my life, but then I did not intend to put it on line and the extra 50 lb briefcase was something I did not think I would need. they did put this siren were the radio should be in this car. wiped out the cigar lighter to. I though it was some one else that just cut the hole and stabbed it in but when I looked in back the ready rod was bent and washer welded on top for the screw into the case. so it was not a hasty done thing. just one more of the strange things done in this DOD car.
I must say that it looks very cleanly installed, Ed. Although it's a pity that the dash was cut, I'm sure that no thought was given to the future, but rather to just making it functional at the time. Admittedly, that installation does keep the siren nice and close for tone changes while driving.
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Old 06-05-2010, 03:34 AM
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look's good & original !!! luv the old radio stuff .....
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