Gear: Your Ultimate Vintage Car Radio Source

Your Ultimate Vintage Car Radio Source

Petrolicious Productions By Petrolicious Productions
November 27, 2012

Ah…the joys of restoring a rare classic.  You’ve just spent countless hours toiling over that beloved restoration job or paid embarrassing sums to someone else to do it for you.  In any case, your unobtainable jewel of a vehicle is finally finished and you’re ready to enjoy it and show it off.  There’s just one thing missing: a period-correct radio.  Are you going to take the easy road and just put in a blanking plate in that hole?  Heck no! Lino Carlini is here to the rescue and he’s just an email away. The more rare your need, the more likely he has the radio for you.  Watch him tell his story and showcase some hard-to-find radios in this video.

Vast collection of radios for cars from 1930’s to 1990’s.  Can ship worldwide.

Contact Lino Carlini at: or by phone at +39.392.2452.800.

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Inigo Loy Colmenar
Inigo Loy Colmenar

For me, the epitome of audio design and engineering for German cars was when Blaupunkt came out with the Berlin that was mounted on a gooseneck. They even came out with a matching gooseneck equalizer for it. The idea behind it was that when you are doing triple digit speeds on the autobahn, you wouldn’t want to look down and fiddle with your radio. So, to help prevent the problem, they mounted the radio controls on a gooseneck that would make them at close to eye level. The Berlin gooseneck radio was such a hit that you would see them… Read more »

Inigo Loy Colmenar
Inigo Loy Colmenar

oops, could you delete the above comment. wrong thread….:D

Shane Elliott
Shane Elliott

Very cool. His passion is remarkable