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Vintage Blaupunkt Radios, Parts and Repairs


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We buy, sell, repair and collect classic car radios, Blaupunkt parts and accessories. Contact us with your vintage radio needs and questions. We always have excellent vintage radios available and are there to help you find just the right vintage radio or part for your classic car. We are also proud to offer expert repairs for customers requiring such services.


Located in the U.S., our shop showcases a full range of radio models: AM/FM mono as well as stereo, AM and Stereo Cassette units. With hundreds of parts in stock, we have the part you are looking for. If your project requires something that we do not currently have, contact us and we will commence a thorough search, even for rare items, large or small. Internationally shipping is available as well.


Please visit us at: Vintageblau.com






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 Hello, the 1970 stereo model has been completely gone through and works like new on the FM band, receiving an abundance of stations with strong output and clear sound.  We did not bother spending a lot of time on the AM. This radio is currently being listed at $750 with an excellent, faceplate, levers as well as BMW 2002 specific knobs.  This is one of the hardest radio models to find and they do not show up very often. 


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