Join Date: Mar 2002
Location: Austin, TX, USA
To align a radio takes special equipment. There are several tweakables in there. But if you mess with them without the proper equipment you are asking for trouble. You can't just tune for the best signal.
Also, beware that radio technology has come a long way in 30 years. For one thing, transistors were new back in the late 60s. Now days, low noise components and integrated reciever blocks have greatly improved sensitivity and selectivity. One problem that is common amoung radio recievers is desensitizing. This occurrs when a strong radio signal swamps the input stage of the radio reducing it's sensativity. So the station you're tuned to comes in poorly due to a strong station up or down the dial a ways.
Why do I say all this? Because you may be spoiled by modern technology. By today's standards, I'm not sure how well a 1960's era radio will perform.
68 Coupe, 350 w/ Edelbrock Performer RPM heads, cam, intake, 700R4, Dave's small body HEI