[urq] RE: Mid 80's, period correct radios: which one ?
jim_haseltine at ntlworld.com
Tue Jul 26 18:02:37 EDT 2005
I've been after one of those for KJW - currently I've got a blanking plate
in place. There's said to be one in Yorkshire - on a shelf in Phil Payne's
garage I believe.
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From: <Louis_Alain_Richard at computerhorizons.com>
To: <quattro at audifans.com>; <urq at audifans.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 26, 2005 10:23 PM
Subject: [urq] RE: Mid 80's, period correct radios: which one ?
> I found the "perfect" period correct, urQuattro radio, according to Phil
> Now, finding a working unit in North America might be difficult... :-)
> BTW, there is a new Nakamichi TD1200 for sale on eBay now (item number
> 5791478342), 570$ and still 2 days to go...
> There is a market for anything, it seems...
>> > First, NO, I don't want to put my car in a coucours
>> > condition. My 2002 Blaupunkt San Diego is already flaky, so
>> > off to the used parts bin.
>> > Now, I'd like to have a period correct, (non-CD, obviously
>> > !) radio that would have been likely to be seen in an
>> > mid-80's Audi. OEM or after market, no matter.
>> > Sound quality is not an issue, mainly because I still use
>> > (new) stock-sized speakers in stock location. In fact, I
>> > prefer the music of the 10V...
>> > The only important thing is : one big round button for
>> > volume, please. I only listen to CBC public radio, mainly talk radio.
>> > So, you the older guys here, what was the hot ticket in 1983-ish ?
>> > Thanks in advance,
>> > Louis-Alain
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