New Membership Platform: Membee

The ACD Club is rolling out a new online membership system. All ACD Club Members should have receivied an email with enrollment instructions. You will use your email address as your login, and select a new password. This account will be used to renew your membership, update membership information, and make changes to your membership record.


This account is NOT THE SAME as your current account which you use to access the ACD Website Forums. Please continue to log into the Forums with the same username and password as you have always used. In the future we may consolidate the two accounts.

Sedan Philco radio

  • E L
  • Topic Author
  • Offline
  • ACD Club Life Member
  • ACD Club Life Member
More
12 May 2020 00:40 - 12 May 2020 00:42 #40149 by E L
Sedan Philco radio was created by E L
what if any are the numbers on the Philco radio box used in the Cord sedans. I know that the philco in the convertables had no visable tag or numbers
Last edit: 12 May 2020 00:42 by E L.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
12 May 2020 00:57 #40150 by uconn_1965
Replied by uconn_1965 on topic Sedan Philco radio
George: the only numbers I know are the Delco numbers A225 and A455 for the convertibles and sedans.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
12 May 2020 02:29 #40151 by pete kelly
Replied by pete kelly on topic Sedan Philco radio
I have a parts list for 810-812 Cords
It shows all the parts required for both Crosley and Philco radios in both the sedans and open cars. Unfortunately it gives a number K11260 for the sedan and the same number for the berline for the Philco radio. That number means nothing to me.
Anybody care to shed some light on these numbers.
Pete

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • wynlaidig
  • Offline
  • ACD Club Life Member
  • ACD Club Life Member
More
12 May 2020 18:32 #40158 by wynlaidig
Replied by wynlaidig on topic Sedan Philco radio
I have 4 open car Philco Radios, and all of them have a tag "Philco Model 827" as shown in the attached photo. I don't know about Philco radios used in sedans.

Attachments:

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Time to create page: 0.121 seconds
Powered by Kunena Forum