which is probably why your carpet is always wet <grin>, Seriously, if you
mount it on the wing, make sure you don't drill in the double skinneds
corner, as a) you wont get in there to fix the antenna and b) you then have
to drill another hole and c) following that to respray the wing....
> From: maineac[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Reply To: maineac
> Sent: Thursday, March 25, 1999 5:03 AM
> To: HarvoC@aol.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: "modern" radio for TR6
> I have a Sanyo in my TR6. The shafts for volume and tuner are moveable
> from side-to-side, so the console opening dosen't need to be widened, but
> did have to do a little grinding with my Dremel on the top and bottom of
> the opening to get it to fit. If I remember, I only had to "shave" a
> little off to make it fit. Its a Sanyo, model MAR-1280 with AM, FM,
> Cassette with a digital clock. The power and tuning controls are knobs
> (kind of retro), and it has 24 presets (6 AM, 12 FM and 6 Auto Travel). I
> like it very much as it can support 4 speakers with 25 watts / channel.
> was easy to install, and almost looks right (maybe a little too "modern"
> with the amber digital display).
> You might also want to call a company called "Crutchfield" who are a
> catalog retailer. They have good discounts on their stuff (all name
> brand), and there's a picture of somebody sitting in a TR6 grinnin' at the
> camera in their catalog.
> My car has the antenna mounted on the front, right side, kind of on the
> "scuttle" (not the fender).
> > From: HarvoC@aol.com
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: "modern" radio for TR6
> > Date: Wednesday, March 24, 1999 8:40 PM
> > Does anyone know of a new AM-FM casette (brand and model) that can be
> > to a TR6 without doing alterations on the console? Although I still
> > original Triumph AM radio, I would like to upgrade.
> > And where is the "proper" place for the antenna? Old TR6 pictures show
> > antenna in a dozen different places.
> > Harvey Cohen
> > 71 TR6 #67240