<VV> Radio Antenna

Dan & Synde dsjkling at sbcglobal.net
Sat Jul 15 23:45:48 EDT 2006

Hi Scott,

For an early, Cliff was close, and this probably holds true for a late.
What you do is remove the fresh air door assembly.  Remove the whole
assembly by removing the grill and then the plastic housing.  The antenna is
right behind there.  If the antenna wasn't completely busted off, you just
loosen the antenna nut, remove it and lower the antenna slightly to pivot
the lower nut out of the way so you can pull the antenna straight up and
out, problem is fishing the new cable through.  If you did it this way, you
could just tape the new cable to the old and pull it right through.

Dan Kling

1961 Greenbrier Deluxe, 4spd, 3.89  On the Road Again,  yeehaw :)
1963 Spyder, restored   4spd Saginaw
1967 Ultravan #299  Newest of the herd!! Almost killed me already!!

A few pictures of the Greenbrier, UltraVan, engine and tranny tear down with
more to come! 

>You can almost get to it through the kick panel/fresh air door.  (on late
>models anyway.)
>Cliff Tibbitts

>OK....I'm buffaloed. How does one get to the right front fender mount radio

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