STOCK, RARE, AFTERMARKET but still keeping the old school look.
I picked up a radio that i can't seem to find much info on. It's a Continental Custom. Bought it for $10.oo guy didn't know if it worked or not. I'm assuming it's a 6 volt
Hell i don't even know how to hook it up cause it only has 1 blue wire & 1 what looks to be speaker output
WOW either no ones running any radios & Or i have a very very rare radio.
See any other identifying marks,stickers...etc on the body of the radio itself?,if so,plunk down some clear pics of those .
This was for sure in a VW look at the face plate of it & the only other info i saw was a guy in a VW forum asking the very same thing.
BTW this isn't a thread just for me. I was all to share their radios as well
Since it's "already in my THING just have to get speakers" you no doubt found out that faceplates are easily interchangeable & IIRC usually a single blue wire in was power in & there's a ground tab on the backside with the other wire(usually black) the sound out to one tab on a speaker which is locally grounded @ or near the speaker .
Zenith manufactured custom radios for a # of car manufacturers in the 50's & 60's .
dude there were hundreds if not thousands of radios installed at the dealers ships all over the country...some are easy to find info on and some are not.
you want a radio that looks the part and still does todays thing?...retro sound.
you want to go big or go home?...goto Uxbridge Mass...have them redo you factory radio into the exact type that retso sells and your off..the cost? about $1000!!!!
not a radio guy here...more about getting the thing down the road....as fast as possible!!
Quit your complaining and do it right!!!