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Anyone have suggestions on a reputable shop that can add FM to a stock 1966 AM radio. I've seen a few places on the web that offer the conversion. It basically does not alter the outward appearance of the radio. To swith to FM, you turn the radio off and back on quickly. Anyone had it done? What suggestion of a good shop?

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I bought an FM converter that I mounted just below the dash. Don't know where you can get one these days but they were popular in the 70's. My friend bought one off the bargain table at Radio Shack for $5 ten years ago and ended up giving it to me.
 

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unfortunately it's next to impossible to find a new FM converter.. I located one in a cabinet my buddy had stashed away from the 80s too.. I would also like to know who does a quality job of adding Fm to our stock AM radios.
 
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