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1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am?

TA79TA

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Im trying to find the factory radio for a 1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am. I know that it is a “Stereo Eight” Digital AM/FM Eight Trac made by AC Delco. If anyone knows where to find one please let me know. Thanks
 

TA79TA

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Im trying to find the factory radio for a 1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am. I know that it is a “Stereo Eight” Digital AM/FM Eight Trac made by AC Delco. If anyone knows where to find one please let me know. Thanks
I appreciate the help, but both sites ended up with no Stereo. If anyone else knows where to find this Stereo Eight please let me know. Thanks again
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Bdubya79

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Im trying to find the factory radio for a 1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am. I know that it is a “Stereo Eight” Digital AM/FM Eight Trac made by AC Delco. If anyone knows where to find one please let me know. Thanks
Good luck but hard to find. Seems by 79 the oft inop 8 track was being replaced by the cassette. These units are heavy boat anchors when removed. Afraid most were tossed in trash. I was fortunate that mine was in a box in trunk. Was removed when original owner was 16. He’s now about 55. I had repaired by guy in California. He is all about the Delco. He might know where one is hiding. I can get you his number if you like.
 
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