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Identifying Universal Vintage Car Radios By Brand General Electric

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General Electric __(?)
AM radio 6V
Universal 1934
Similar:  RCA Victor M-123
General Electric
Control head
Universal 1934
Use with:  General Electric B-40 (or B40) (others?)
General Electric
Control head
Universal 1939
Note: Adjustable shaft spacing allows universal fit (example:  1939 Pontiac)
General Electric B-40 or B40
Musaphonic AM radio 6V
Universal 1934
General Electric B-52
Meteor portable AM radio 120V/6V
Universal 1934
Similar:  RCA M116
General Electric D-50 (or D50)
AM radio 6V
Universal 1935(?)
General Electric FA-60
AM radio 6V
Universal 1937
General Electric FA-61 or FA-80
AM radio 6V
Universal 1937
General Electric N-60 (or N60)
AM radio 6V
Universal 1936