I would also hold on to that radio delete plate as it is a very rare option that was usually found only on race cars or stripped to the bone municipal vehicles that rarely survived to modern times. Race cars were ridden hard, and put up wet so they are used up long before any one can restore them usually. The cheapo stripped down municipal car (meter readers or transport for supervisors of bus lines or fire stations) was driven 'til the wheels fell off, and then sold for scrap. As such there are few radio delete plates left.
If that radio delete plate fit a Camaro it would be worth hundreds of dollars to someone building a COPO clone. As it is the radio delete plate fits the car's dash and they are unique to the vehicle model, even though all cars used the same radio each car had it's own unique radio face plate to match the dash.
If someone where building a D/S clone of the 409 stockers that owned drag racing they would probably give you some good money for that piece of tin. A car built to look like Dave Striklers Ole Reliable (tuned by Bill "da Grump" Jenkins) or Ronnie Sox (ya he started his winning career in Chevy's) A/FX funny car would use such a plate.
Last edited by Big Dave; 02-23-2014 at 06:42 PM.
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