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More Info on Ford Truck Radios
1951-1952 Ford Truck RadioFirst Generation Ford Trucks were introduced during the post, World War II era. In 1951-1952 revisions were made to the cabs, hoods and even the dashboard. As you restore your classic Ford truck we want to ensure you’re able to maintain all of these vintage elements while also incorporating modern features such as a stereo radio.
We offer four different radio options for your first generation Ford truck that will fit in your dash without any cutting required and offer modern features such as a digital tuner and an auxiliary input. Our models from Custom Autosound have a classic, analog look while the radio is turned off and a digital display when the radio is turned on. The three models vary based on features from a basic AM/FM radio, to a cassette player to a full technology upgrade with the ability to add a CD changer and Bluetooth adapter.
If an exact working replica of your stock radio has been difficult to find search no more. Our radios from Antique Automobile Radio look identical to your original radio, with a moving needle and mechanical push buttons. The bonus of these OE replica radios is the modern internals, a digital tuner for high quality and stable reception and 180 watts of constant power. These radios are available with or without speakers that will fit in the original dash as well.