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Old 06-03-2008, 04:04 PM
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Can anyone tell me what the original fitment radio was for a '74 Urraco - pictures would be helpful if you have any!

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Old 06-04-2008, 09:13 AM
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I think that any original 1974 radio could fit perfectly in the urraco.
i mean a beker or a "mexico" can fit the hole under the skin perfectly.
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My car had a Grundig - it had to be orginial. Recently I decided that I want a modern cd player the car and had a local radio shop insist on doing the job. I told them be very careful with my old radio. They let me down.
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I did a bit research on this. I found some of the Urracos have Philips RN 512 or 712 and Panasonic am/fm cassette. Some of the Espada and Countach cars have the same Philips models.
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I habe the car from jfrazar, and the car had originally a grundig weltklang 2502

Weltklang WK2502 Car Radio Grundig Radio-Vertrieb, RVF, Radi

On my radio the front plate is broken but in a couple of weeks i get a new one...
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A Grundig would be a typical German/Austrian variant. Radios were a dealer installed option in all markets.

There is no correct radio...the bigger dealers put in better/more expensive units.

Italian home market radios were basically brands unheard of elsewhere

Paul
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Oh i didnt know that, what radio could be an option?

Do you have any idea?
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A Blaupunkt in Europe and a Japanese brand in Australia and the US West Coast

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Hi,
for this car the right choice should be any contemporary Voxson or Autovox radios, since these ones were both italian brands. Please do not install German radios, as you should do with a Porsche 911, that's a car who hasn't anything to share with the Urrraco. About the speakers, after finding an original Bertone press photo on my car in wich were visible both loudspeakers, I discovered that the hole pattern and contour still "engraved" in my car's trim fits perfectly old Voxson speakers. These speakers had squared metal plates (grilles) and black finish. Should be also a model with a thin chromed profile all around the plates, like the contemporary Autovox speakers.

Francesco
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Alpine had the iconic Lambo hook up

https://www.google.com/search?q=Alpi...w=1366&bih=635
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