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RetroSound MC-6162-41-RF Antenna, 1961-62 Chevy, Front
RetroSound MC-6162-41-RF Antenna, 1961-62 Chevy, Front

RetroSound MC-6162-41-RF Antenna, 1961-62 Chevy, Front

61-62 Chevy Bel Air, 61-62 Chevy Impala

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RetroSound MC-6162-41-RF Antenna, 1961-62 Chevy, Front
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This RetroSound antenna looks like the original factory antenna, but features a fixed chrome plated brass mast that provides a better ground plane and is virtually impervious to the elements. All metal mounting parts are used, and antenna cable is included. Rear fender mount.

  • Fits 1961-62 Chevy
  • Fixed mast
  • Sold each

NO WARRANTY, NO RETURNS ON GARAGE SALE ITEMS   

 

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