[TechAssist] Re: 1950 Ford car radio 6 or 12V?

I had one  in my 1946 Ford you would preset up to 6 stations, On=
 
the floor was a switch, like a dimmer switch, that you pressed=
 with 
your foot to change the stations,Worked real good, I wish they 
would bring it back again. 
Tv-Service-Company
RR 3 Box 3550
Hazleton,Pa.18202


On Thu, 13 Oct 2005 14:59:32 -0400, Hoyt's TV wrote:
>Certainly 6 volt. Around that time Ford used Zenith radios with=
 auto
>search
>tuning in the fancy models. I've forgotten what Zenith called=
 it.
>
>
>Russ Hoyt
>Hoyt's TV
>Exeter, NH
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>From: "John Myers" <myers_tv_b@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>To: "tech_a" <techassist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Sent: Thursday, October 13, 2005 9:51 AM
>Subject: [TechAssist] 1950 Ford car radio 6 or 12V?
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>>Hi,
>>
>>Fellow brought this one in dead. It's for a 1950 Ford Custom
>>convertible.
>>No model number tag, but this is engraved into the case.=
 OMF310455
>>
>>Any info would be appreciated, but most important, is this 6=
 or
>>12V?
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>John Myers
>>Myers TV Service Co.
>>376 E. State St.
>>Alliance, OH 44601
>>
>>Voice / Fax: 330-821-6545
>>Myers_tv_b@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>http://www.myerstv.net
>>
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