SOLD Toyota FJ40 original AM radio from 78 with OEM Speaker ! (1 Viewer)

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Hey Fellas, I have my Toyota original radio that came out of my 78 fj40 removed 2004 was working when pulled. All knobs / buttons work nice and crisp. Dial needle nice and smooth without resistance. looking for 350.00 plus shipping. let me know what you guys think! I have more pics but couldn't post any more.

Thanks for looking.

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An exceptional radio and great price - but I do want to point out this is a combination of two radios.

1. 77-79 Corolla Fujitsu TEN radio, Part number 86120-12200, with associated knobs/tuners.
2. The faceplate/internal number plate from a National Radio 86120-35025, REF NO. CR-261 - faceplate says 'tuner', tuning sequence begins with 54, this appears on earlier 1978 cruisers, and sometime mid-year 1978 changed to ref CR-5461 - faceplate says 'tune', tuning sequence begins with 53.

TEN Radios, more common - dealer installed after removing the "T" radio blank.
National Radios, rarer - port installed, included with factory radio optioned vehicles.

The only issue one might face is the wiring, on a 78 FJ40, would be a single blue with red stripe power wire and two gray speaker wires.

What a 12200 face looks like:

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An exceptional radio and great price - but I do want to point out this is a combination of two radios.

1. 77-79 Corolla Fujitsu TEN radio, Part number 86120-12200, with associated knobs/tuners.
2. The faceplate/internal number plate from a National Radio 86120-35025, REF NO. CR-261 - faceplate says 'tuner', tuning sequence begins with 54, this appears on earlier 1978 cruisers, and sometime mid-year 1978 changed to ref CR-5461 - faceplate says 'tune', tuning sequence begins with 53.

TEN Radios, more common - dealer installed after removing the "T" radio blank.
National Radios, rarer - port installed, included with factory radio optioned vehicles.

The only issue one might face is the wiring, on a 78 FJ40, would be a single blue with red stripe power wire and two gray speaker wires.

What a 12200 face looks like:

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Good info thanks for doing the research and sharing this!
 

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