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Old 11-23-2012, 05:39 PM
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Radio for a 1967 F100

I have looked all over the state I live in, all over the internet, catalogs, freinds, I can not find one anywhere. If anyone knows where I can find one I'd really appreciate it.
 
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Old 11-23-2012, 05:47 PM
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What are the dimensions of the face and spread of the *****. Does it have to be exact or something to fit in the space.
 
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Are ya looking for an OEM radio? What features? AM only, AM-FM?

For an aftermarket head unit with modern features (I-pod, USB, etc.) but with a period-correct look, I suggest: CUSTOMAUTOSOUND.COM
 
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Old 11-23-2012, 06:56 PM
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Sorry, should have been more specific. I'm looking for OEM. The radio for a 67 only fits in that year model 68-72 and 66 and prior doesn't either. I don't really want an after market besides the short shifter and mustang bucket seats I kinda want the rest to look stock and those shifter and seats are about as far outside of stock I want to go in the interior. Hopefully I don't come off as difficult haha, but I have my goals for this truck and I'd love to find the radio to help keep it looking as stock as possible. Thanks for the replies and hope to hear more from some fellow Ford buffs.
 
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Old 11-23-2012, 07:10 PM
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Originally Posted by fordtuf67 View Post
Sorry, should have been more specific. I'm looking for OEM. The radio for a 67 only fits in that year model 68-72 and 66 and prior doesn't either. I don't really want an after market besides the short shifter and mustang bucket seats I kinda want the rest to look stock and those shifter and seats are about as far outside of stock I want to go in the interior. Hopefully I don't come off as difficult haha, but I have my goals for this truck and I'd love to find the radio to help keep it looking as stock as possible. Thanks for the replies and hope to hear more from some fellow Ford buffs.
I'll keep my eyes open for you. About six months ago I had an NOS radio for the 67 everything including instructions.
I know which one you need so if I find one you get first dibs on it.
 
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Sorry, should have been more specific. I'm looking for OEM. The radio for a 67 only fits in that year model 68-72 and 66 and prior doesn't either.
No kidding? Sheez... 67s sure as heck had some unique parts. Were the 67 radios used in any other Ford products like maybe Galaxies, T-birds, Mercs etc.??

It'd be illogical to think that Ford contracted a one-off model of radio given their usual strategy to reuse as many parts across the models offered for that year... sorta like Pinto tail light bezels that are also used on Mavericks.
 
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save a search on EBay for a 67 Radio. I purchased an OEM am for my 67 truck a couple of months ago on EBay. Some sellers list a 61-66 radio as a 67 but it is not the same. good luck!
 
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I appreciate the help guys, and I've looked at interchanging parts but havent come across anything that'll fit it yet out of a few cars. But its kinda hard to dish out 100 bucks on something in not sure of haha you know. but I'll check ebay and gangstakr I appreciate it I honestly do I should have joined this site a while back thanks guys for the help.
 
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Welcome to FTE. If you wanna know what other FoMoCo vehicles the 67 radio fit into I suggest asking Number Dummy. He knows basically everythingg when it comes down to this and where to find parts. But Ill keep an eye out for ya in the Colorado area.
 
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Old 11-23-2012, 08:18 PM
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Identifying 1967-1972 Ford Pickups - Page 1 of 2 - FORDification.com This page goes into detail the difference in the radios. Its also a pretty informitave and helpful site.
 
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hey, i know this is an old post but i have a 67 radio and bezel
 
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No kidding? Sheez... 67s sure as heck had some unique parts.

Were the 67 radios used in any other Ford products like maybe Galaxies, T-birds, Mercs etc.??
Nope.

It'd be illogical to think that Ford contracted a one-off model of radio given their usual strategy to reuse as many parts across the models offered for that year... sorta like Pinto tail light bezels that are also used on Mavericks.
1967 F100/750 radio (AM only) is 1967 F100/750 only. Not the same as anything else.

1967: The firewall and dash are 1967 only, as is the heater, instrument cluster back, brake and clutch pedals, bracket they suspend from under the dash.
 
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hey, i know this is an old post but i have a 67 radio and bezel
Hey Ranger, Do you still have that radio?
 
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I think I may have one too. Call me later tonight and remind me to look.
 
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I think I may have one too. Call me later tonight and remind me to look.
Hi Ranger. Any luck finding a radio?
 

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